Southbound LN coal load south of Corbin
After a quick crew change and a stop for fuel, CSX P912 departs Corbin as it heads for Winchester and eventually the ''Old Road'' on RJ Corman rails toward a layover in Lexington
Cincinnati-Atlanta intermodal Q141 was still on a daylight schedule when it eases across the Central Avenue crossover at the north end of the yard at Corbin, KY. The multi-colored units were typic... (more)
Once a member of the last new power bought by the Tennessee Central, this RS36 was acquired by the L&N after the TC’s demise in 1968. Now twenty years old, former TC 304 is paired with a slug reb... (more)
On a dreary day on the former L&N, a trio of veteran CSX power leads a southbound empty hopper train out of Corbin, bound for Kopper Glo for loading off the KD sub.
A beautiful example of an mundane paint job.
"Just hangin' around." 2132 dangles just off her new display track during the final lift to place her in her new home. She's had a rough life, previous caregivers did her no favors. She'... (more)
Arriving in Corbin around 10 a.m. earlier this day 2132 now rest on her new display tracks. She wouldn't be fully reassembled this day, but the last task of the day was welding the steam dome back... (more)
On the move. After a long days journey from her long time resting spot in Georgia, L&N 0-8-0 2132, the only surviving home built L&N engine, is making the last turn onto Depot St. in Corbin, KY. A... (more)
One of Three CSX's Diversity in Motion locomotives is sitting tied down in the CSX Corbin Yard, If you look close enough you will see one of the panels is been replace that one panel is now on ano... (more)
There were already getting rather uncommon there even in those days but they seem to me to be fairly recent units, as if they should still be around. Guess that's a function of getting "olde... (more)
CSX N258 rolls through the dip of Bacon Creek as it heads south toward Etowah
One of a vanishing breed, a nice looking four axle on a major railroad. This one will soon depart with a southbound auto rack train.
Just like older humans, reduced to yard service. This one began on L&N. Note the builders plate intact and an older type headlight housing.
Looking so fresh in its "stealth" scheme this recent Erie grad is departing the east yard with the "Loyall Turn", "headin to the hollers".