The Louisiane         
Train NO.3, the southbound Louisiane is stopped at Grenada, picture taken from just north of the 3rd Street crossing. The building on the left is the seed house to the cotton gin, in the distance, you can see the coal chute over the pass, to the right of the boxcar is the scale house, and on the right is the cotton compress. After departing Grenada, the train will head south and meet the northbound City of New Orleans somewhere around Winona.
Date: 8/2/1952 Location: Grenada, MS   Map Show Grenada on a rail map Views: 286 Collection Of:   Joe Marascalco
Locomotives: IC 4020(E8A)    Author:  unknown
The Louisiane
Picture Categories: This picture is part of album:  Grenada District
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Fred Goff General Great photo of #3 and Grenada in the early 50s. It looks the same with a few exceptions. 12/17/2015 7:51:10 PM
Joe Marascalco General thanks Fred! 12/17/2015 8:15:04 PM

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