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October 13th- Dave is Back

posted Oct 16, 2011, 1:28 PM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Oct 16, 2011, 1:50 PM ]
After a three hiatus dived up between work and watching the leaves change in Vermont, David Colvin has returned to the Sue Line Group.

David Colvin (above) the gentle and kind dispatcher was back in control of the train movemnets onthe Sue Line.

The Yards were well maintained.Jim Willis (above, left) was the Alexandria Yard Master and Mose Crews (above, right) was the Shreveport Yard Master. Jim Willis is seen near the north end of Alex Yard and Mose  Crews is sen in the tank gar holding area of I-49 West Yard in Blanchard.

Rob Robbins (above, left) is considering his next move in Maryville. Rob was the Maryville Operator (MOp). Charlie DeVillbiss (above, right) is also considering his next move In Sue City as the Sue City Operator.

Paul Harwell (above) spent the night moving freight in Keithville as the Shreveport Public Belt Operator.

Mainline trains were kept active by a host on engineers. Ken Ellison (above, left) is getting ready to take his train out of Alex Yard using in WiThrottle. Rob Brannon (above, right) watches his train as is crosses the trestle on Baffin Bay.Rob still uses the standard T9000 throttle.

Charles Kneipp (above left) is switching in North Park.Charles Kneipp also prefers the T9000 throttle. Danny Garland (above, right) is a WiThrottle man. Danny Garland is switching in Pinecrest.

Lionel Brangham (above, left) is also a T9000 throttle man. Here Lionel Brangham is busy in Maryville. Joining Lionel Brangham this evening was his quest Jim Rowell (above, right) who elected to be the designated railfan for the evening.


A quiet day at the Lake Hamilton Paper Mill.

The Yard at Matyville is almost empty, but wait what do I hear is that a train approaching?

A north bound pig train (Train 8) rushes through Ft. Barrow.(above, left) and on to Maryville (above, right).