The Rio Grande heritage unit leads a NS grain train across Lake Cumberland where at Burnside a new crew will board for its next leg to Chattanooga.
With Union Pacific's Denver, Rio Grande & Western heritage unit leading, NS 46Z stretches out over Lake Cumberland at Burnside, KY
Southbound NS 123 has arrived at Burnside and waits for a new crew to take it on to Chattanooga.
Old meets new as a steam drawn passenger excursion passes a hot shot intermodal and parked mixed freight at Burnside on the Saturday trip of the weekend excursions between Lexington Kentucky and O... (more)
After a quick crew change at Burnside, NS 224 continues it's journey North on the CNO&TP as it crosses Lake Cumberland.
Winter Storm Jonas is in full swing as 175 rolls south into Antioch Cut.
Steel slab train 60C crosses the massive Cumberland River Bridge along the Central Division in Burnside, Ky. The Central of Georgia heritage unit (#8101) leads the train, on its way toward Mobile,... (more)
NW 8103 leads NS 124 across the Cumberland River Bridge in Burnside
NW 6154 leads a northbound freight on the Rathole over the massive Cumberland River bridge in Burnside, KY. No drones needed for this shot!
After a quick crew change at the depot in Burnside, Norfolk & Western 8103 leads NS 124 across the Cumberland River Bridge as they head toward their next stop in Danville
With a new crew on board, NS 890 departs Burnside as it crosses the Cumberland River Bridge on a gorgeous summer afternoon
Cincinnati Bound grain train 55E passes a southbound grain train just after crossing the Cumberland river in Burnside Kentucky during Winter Storm Jonas.
The Chicago & Northwestern Heritage unit does the honors on Cincinnati Bound 142 as it crosses the massive Cumberland River Bridge in Burnside Kentucky.
The Norfolk Southern "Honoring Our Verterans" SD60 does the honors on Chicago bound 282 as the sun rises over Lake Cumberland on July the 4th of 2014.
Fort Wayne bound Triple Crown Train No. 264 proudly strides north across the Cumberland river as it begins the 160 mile trek to Cincinnati.