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October 29th- Richardson, NoLaCRA Yard and Ginnings Yard

posted Nov 2, 2015, 9:03 AM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Nov 2, 2015, 5:06 PM ]
As we near the end of our journey over the Sue Line, we head south from Jeauxville to Richardson by Lake Kathryn. My daughter is named Kathryn Sue Kamm and my oldest son is Richard Conrad Kamm. Jr.

Once again the map (above) is designed and drawn by Sue Line Crew member Charlie DeVillbiss.


This is a small tool shed and tree (above) placed in front of a 
photo backdrop to give added depth to the scene.

Here we see another building and tree (above) with a photo backdrop.

The scene is completed with a small station (above).

A series of photo backdrops with various types of fences and 
foliage completes the scene at Richardson (above).

South of Richardson we see another grain complex (above).

Next we see the control tower  and the new signal bridge at NoLaCRA Yard (above).

The shot shows an empty NoLaCRA Yard )above, left) and 
trains awaiting orders to depart in Ginnings Yard (above, right)

Two views (above) of Ginnings Yard.

The I-49 interstate bridge crosses the middle of Ginnings Yard.

Next week we will complete Ginnings Yard and the Diesel Facility.