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October 4th- Fall Is Almost Here-

posted Oct 6, 2012, 8:22 AM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Oct 6, 2012, 9:35 AM ]
The weather outside is deceptive, almost 90 degrees, but slowly, surely Fall is coming. Two things appear to always be true- things change and the Sue Line Crew has a Great time running trains.
The mainline operators were plentiful-
David Colvin (above) is in Jeauxville getting ready
to run a chemical train north ward to Shreveport.
Rob Robbins (above) is busy
switching his train at RCX Jct.
 Ken Ellison(above) is getting
ready to run an Extra Board train.
Rodney Dixon (above) is busy with his train at Crews Siding.
Ron Brannon (above) is working his train in Pinecrest.
Mose Crews (above) is working his train in Sue City.
 Jim Willis (above) was, once again busy as the
Alexanderia Yard Master.
Lionel Brangham (above) is using his WiiThrottle
to move trains in I-49 Yard.
 Marvin Bennett, Jr. (above) was busy as the Maryville Operator (MOp)
Charlie DeVillbiss (above) kept things moving
at Sue City as the Sue City Operator (SCO).
Danny Garland (above) is using his WiiThrottle to
take of his duties as the Shreveport Yard Master.
This session was dispatched by Richard Kamm (above)
shown on the Sue Line Cog Railway.
Courtsey of Rob Robbins who photographed this session.
 There is plenty of traffic on I-20 in Shreveport.
The north end of Keithville looks busy.
It is grain season and the JRK Grain in Keithville look full.
Alexandria Yard also looks busy.
A northbound freight crosses Mary Ann bridge north of Sherwood.
A train running thru the piney woods of Louisiana. 
A northbound train just entering Leming.
Same train at Leming, but on the move.
Louisiana Sand Company at Crews Siding.