CN Train Crossing the Bonnet Carré Spillway – 10 June 2007

by admin on 2017/06/10

Here are six images made late on the afternoon of Sunday 10 June 2007.

We’re at the Bonnet Carré Spillway, and we’re seeing a Canadian National Railway manifest train make its way up the Mississippi River.

This is either train M320 or train L516; I can’t tell, but, in either case, the train terminates at Geismar, Louisiana.

That’s the city of Norco in the background, and the Shell refinery.

This is the year that I began taking pictures in the spillway often, as evidenced by my April 15 posting, my April 16 posting, my April 17 posting, and my May 10 posting.

It’s certainly a neat place, and a place that I often take out-of-town visitors.

That’s all.  My Sunday Sermon five years to the day later was more colorful and included plenty of wet skies!

JBX

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1 Steve Boyko June 10, 2017 at 08:20

Still like that bridge!

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