As some of you know, I'm currently in Georgia working a 13-week assignment for a small hospital in Cordele, about 60 miles south of Macon, where I was at last summer. I drove out here from Texas on April 1, leaving the house at about 3:45 AM and following I-20 for a large chunk of the distance. I hit heavy fog at about sunrise when I got to Shreveport/Bossier City, and couldn't see much more than the traffic in front of me (thankfully, very little of that, as it was Sunday morning). However, once I got east of Bossier City I was able to see more of the countryside, and around the Gibsland exit the skies were again blue, if somewhat hazy. Seeing as how I remembered the Louisiana & North West had shops at Gibsland, and this was the shortline that used to run F-units in the 1980s, I got off the I-road and headed south a ways, approaching the sleepy little town of Gibsland. The only person I saw on the street was the pastor of a small church opening the doors and getting things ready for services. I crossed the KCS tracks, went a block, turned left, drove another block, parked my car, and approached the LNW shops. No evidence of the F-units (they were long gone), but I did get pics of the smash gate used to guard the LNW/KCS crossing: Facing northwest or so on the LNW, across the KCS line. KCS/LNW interchange track on the right, another int. track splitting off to the left just ahead, the main line to McNeil, AR going off straight ahead. Looking west on the KCS's Meridian Speedway towards Shrevport/Bossier. The small signal on the left turned green when a westbound KCS train approached later. The signals you see on the LNW and KCS are not in service, and are turned away from the tracks. They'll be cut in at a later time. GP11 55 on the shop track. It's listed as a GP9u elsewhere, and is ex-Illinois Central. I stand by the GP11 designation, as ICG's GP11s had this type of cab similar to the 35, 38 and 40 series diesels EMD built. GP7u 53 beside the shops, missing batteries. Seems like these ex-Santa Fe rebuilt Geeps are everywhere....Sorry about the haze, but I was just out of the fog, and unfortunately I don't have a haze filter for this camera. Well, that, and I didn't want to press my luck on the tresspassing.