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September 4th- Another Good Night

posted Sep 5, 2014, 5:22 PM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Sep 5, 2014, 7:33 PM ]
It was a warm summer evening, but things were really heating up as the Sue Line Crew
was busy having fun.


Let's join Jim Willis (above- file photo) this evening as he runs a variety of trains.

503- The North Bound Coal Train


Here we see Train 503 (above) backing out of Underworld into Brandon.


Train 503 the northbound Coal Train is seen in Brandon (above),
but it is southbound.


Train 503 is pulled southbound to Sue City (above) were
there is enough track to run around the train so it can head northbound.


A northbound freight (above, back) is switching in
Sue City when Train 503 (above, front) arrives.


After the run around move, Train 503 (above) is now
northbound and seen in Robinson.


Finally back in Brandon (above), Train 503 will run to Shreveport.


Train 94- A South Bound Freight



Train 94- A Southbound Freight is seen pulling through Ashby Jct. (above).


Next, we find Train 94 (above, left) sitting on the mainline at South Morgan (above). Train 94 (above, back) is waiting for an inbound train with a pair of local switchers in the lead (above, front).


Train 94 is seen pulling through Brandon (above).


Here we see Train 94 pulling through Robinson (above).


The next time we see Train 94, it is pulling through Leming (above).


Train 94 (above) on the move
between Leming and Crews Siding.


Train 94 (above, front) meets Train 21 (above, back) in Maryville.



Train 94 crosses Great Bridge and passes a new "facility" on the mainline (above).


Next we catch sight of Train 94 as it pulls through Jeauxville (above).


Here we see Train 94 pulling into NoLaCRA Yard.

Train 41- A North Bound Freight
Our first look at Train 41, a north bound freight is in Jeauxville (above).


Our only other look at Train 41 is as it crosses Great Bridge (above).

LATE NEWS-
LOCAL STRIKE IN SUE CITY DELAYS PROGRESS ON
THE NEW OFFICES OF THE SUE LINE RAILROAD.


A strike in Sue City has delayed the
progress on the new offices of the Sue Line Railroad.

A special thanks to Jim Willis for
the photographs of this session.



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