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September 15th- A Stairway to Heaven- Well Almost.

posted Sep 18, 2011, 8:25 AM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Sep 18, 2011, 6:52 PM ]
After 5 months of not being able to climb the stairs due to arthritis, thanks to my wonderful and helpful wife, I can once again go up whenever I want.


My gift for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years and all of next year has finally been installed- a stair left allowing me to once again participate in the Fun upstairs!


After a brief ceremony opening The Sue Line Cog Railway, the mainline was again full of trains,  Charles Kneipp (above) watches closely as his train enters Sue City.


Mose Crews (above) is about to begin switching at Robert's Crossing.


Lionel Brangham (above, foreground) switches his train in Maryville
while Danny Garland (above, background) watches on before taking his turn.


Ron Brannon (above) has returned from his travels in his motorcoach and is watching his train as it leaves Maryville for Ft. Barrow.


Ken Ellison (above) is using his WiiThrottle on his iPhone to run his train in North Park.


Paul Harwell (above) watches his train cross the bascule bridge at Baffin Bay.


Jim Willis (above) appears to be enjoying his job as the Alexandria Yard Master.


 Jason Busey (above), the Sue City Operator is running a turn behind Keithville to South Morgan.


Charlie DeVillbiss is busy in Keithville as the Shreveport Public Operator.


Rob Robbins (above, red shirt) kept trains moving through Maryville as the Maryville Operator (MOp). Lionel Brangham (above, blue shirt) is seen switching in Maryville.




Rounding out the Sue Line Crew this evening was David Colvin (above) testing out The Sue Line Cog Railway. David Colvin also was the Shreveport Yard Master. David Colvin also supplied the photos of this sessions.

SHOTS ALONG THE WAY.....


The North end of Blanchard yard appears quite busy.


The Maryville- Alexandria Turn pulling through Baffin Bay.



A lone Sue Line switcher awaits action in North Park.


Early morning at the B & E Fruit Processing Plant in Shreveport.


A quiet moment in Keithville.


A local gets ready to pull out of Union Street Yard in Shreveport.

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