The Worthville turn climbs northbound from Glencoe with what is close to a pair of SD40-2’s, 8059 leads SD40-3 4033.
Everyone on RP seems to enjoy the ghoulish shots of derailments, so here's an April Fool's Day view of one from 1972. The photographer is the late Joe Morton, a Cincinnati Division engineer on L&N... (more)
Dawn at Eagle Creek Tunnel.
Northbound autos curve through the valley north of Glencoe heading to Cincinnati.
CSX Q511 takes the siding at Glencoe to meet a couple of northbounds.
A pair of UP ACs leads a CSX vehicle train just south of Glencoe.
CSX SD40-2 8074 leads autoracks north as it nears Glencoe.
CSX Q241 holds off the crossings near the north end of Glencoe.
Northbound, just south of Glencoe.
CSX S226-18 is northbound in the Eagle Creek valley south of Glencoe, Kentucky.
CSX southbound freight passing through the daylighted Eagle Creek Tunnel.
I wish the SD80MAC had been leading however in a
unique combination of numbers CSX K514 was being
lead by the 8040 and the 0804.Seen here the southbound has just exited Eagle Tunnel that would
CSX Q241-29 heads south through what was Eagle Tunnel on its way to the Ford plant at O'Bannon near Louisville.
CSX Q505-03 heads south through the recently daylighted tunnel north of Glencoe.
CSX Q241-03 passes through the cut that was Eagle Tunnel, which collapsed in January, 2005 after heavy rain.