Louisville & Nashville K2A Pacific number 152 roars "south" (railroad direction, that is--but east in actual direction) from Corbin to Loyall, KY with an excursion train. This was the second of fi... (more)
This photo was taken by an L&N company photographer on a scenic stretch of main line near Artemus, KY. The river to the right is the division's namesake: the Cumberland. Baldwin-built "Big Emma" M... (more)
This derailment occurred during the infamous 1955 strike on the L&N Railroad. On Saturday, April 23, 1955, engines 306, 238, 117 and 301 (two FA2 Alco cab units spliced by two RS3 road switchers) ... (more)
On a one-way, 68-mile ferry trip from Corbin to Loyall, 152 has the hammer down as it curves by the old passenger flag stop at Keels, Kentucky. Ex-Monon BL2 32 is behind for extra tractive effort.... (more)
My first train photo: This was the day after a northbound 95-car coal train (from Loyall to Corbin) collided with 90 empty hoppers stored on the center siding at Artemus. This was during a system-... (more)
Working the remnants of the old Artemus & Jelico RR, the CV Local has three ex-L&N units today. The lead unit was L&N 4015, the U25B 1626, and finally ex-4041, a GP38AC.
Northbound up the CV Subdivision through lovely downtown Artemus, a Loyall Turn rolls toward Corbin with 55 loads out of the recently reopened Bardo loadout on the Catron's Creek Branch near Harla... (more)