A swollen LPA79 heads back to Butler. Yesterday morning this crew expired at Belgium, and owing to a crew shortage, the train was left in Belgium siding all day. When the crew went back on duty last night at Butler, they were transported to the train in Belgium. First order of business was to uncouple the engines and head north, light, to Sheboygan. After picking up cars there, they performed their work at the cheese man in Cedar Grove, then stopped in Belgium to pick up yesterday's train, resulting in this 51-car monster, which is uncharacteristically large for the Shoreline Subdivision. Engineer Buzz had the two GP38-2s barking at the top of their lungs.