Replacements standing by for these former Southern Railway signals
The Regional to Lynchburg heads south past the soon to be replaced former Southern Railway signals at Elkwood.
Heritage unit running under Southern Railway Heritage
This would appear to be one of the most recently-installed semaphores in the U.S.; likely a fixed aspect (approach, indicating that the next signal is expected to be stop, at the crossing of the f... (more)
Wonder how many more sunsets this signal will witness
37Q is on the way as the day is almost done
These ex-Southern signals protect this CTC crossover at MP 46.8, Blanchet. This set of crossovers is on a short 13 mile section of double track between Mason and Rohan. This is the 1st district on... (more)
An northbound freight train is about to break the peace and quiet of the Kentucky countryside at Blanchet. These ex-Southern signal bridges are being replaced on this 1st District south of Cincinn... (more)
AMTK 179 leads AMTK 89 as it barrels under the signal at S. Micro, nearing the Selma-Smithfield Amtrak Station. The replacement of this signal, and others in this part of the CSX A-Line, is immine... (more)
A Full Moon illuminates overcast skies over the Magnolia Cutoff and the B&O CPL signals at Carothers light up for a westbound train. These signals would continue to only shine for two more months ... (more)
Northbound through Glendale in the morning with the classic B&O CPL's.
A few years ago, this was still a Pennsy-style position-light signal; at least it's still there.
Northbound K185 shatters the silence of a humid morning in the rolling farmlands of southern Henry County, knocking down the approach medium indication at South Deshler.
The C&O style signal at Hinton show double clears, as the light reflects off the rock surface.