A variety of Louisville & Nashville power waits for assignments at the yard in Corbin, Kentucky.
A U-Boat With Extra Props
After a long career as a road engine, Louisville & Nashville U25B 1606 is now working in yard service and on mine runs. It’s now getting extra tractive ef... (more)
Three-builder lineups could still be found in Louisville & Nashville’s Corbin, Kentucky yard in the early 1980’s. Here a U25B, an SD40, and a C420 occupy adjacent tracks.
A pair of Louisville & Nashville U-boats occupies the track behind the engine house in Corbin, Kentucky. U30C 1570 is in Family Lines paint, while U23B 2709 is pure L&N.
A Louisville & Nashville U25B in fresh Family Lines paint mingles with an SD40-2 in the classic yellow-nose L&N scheme at the engine house in Corbin, Kentucky. Before the year is out, the Seaboar... (more)
A local crew works the tight quarters of the Louisville & Nashville team tracks in Frankfort, Kentucky. Today, things aren’t so tight. There is only one track and the station has been razed.
Southbound freight through the streets of La Grange, KY.
L&N EMD E6(A) 771 and E8(A) 787 southbound with train 99 The "Pan-American" near Louisville, Kentucky. The Pan-American passenger train operated by the Louisville & Nashville from 1921... (more)
Louisville & Nashville SD40-2 3557 with Missouri Pacific GP15-1 no.1615 at Dolton, Illinois on June 07, 1983.
This Louisville & Nashville railway postal car (RPO) is like a time capsule. It sits inside at the museum at the Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, PA. All of the mail slots are still l... (more)
A trio of six-axle EMDs leads a Family Lines pig train north on the former C&EI. Tom Golden photo.
L&N 770 at the Kentucky Railway Museum. Tom Golden photo.
L&N 152 is seen leading a passenger special between Louisville and Lexington, KY. Tom Golden photo.