LG4 makes a rare morning appearance at K'dale as they near the end of their northward trip from McHenry, KY to Louisville. The conveyor is part of the massive Kosmosdale Cement facility, one of P&... (more)
Six 4-axles lead an empty hopper train south through Kosmosdale on a perfect spring evening. Today's consist includes: 2115 (GP40-3), 2116 (road-slug), 3801 (GP38-2, painted for UofL), 2131 (GP40-... (more)
Heading back west for loads, P&L's empties out of Kosmosdale head out of town.
The LG1 crew, working as a Sunday "Louisville Local", heads south through Kosmosdale on a fine spring afternoon.
Southbound, departing Kosmosdale. Today's consist includes: GP40-3/slug set, two leased units (SD9043MAC and GP38-2), GP38-2, and GP40-2.
One of only 39 GE SL110s ever made, this unit was built for LG&E in August 1980 and has two 600 HP Cummins engines. Unfortunately, it is no longer used and has been sitting in the same spot for se... (more)
LG1 begins its trip south. Today's train has an SD9043MAC, GP38-2, another SD9043MAC, road slug, and GP40-3. Note the Paducah & Louisville patch logo on the side of leased CEFX 134.
BNSF power tied down at Kosmosdale on the Paducah & Louisville creates a rather rare and uncommon scene. Several days later these units would haul a military train originating at nearby Fort Knox ... (more)
Empty hoppers out of Louisville Gas & Electric's "Mill Creek" plant at Kosmosdale head west (RR south) for the mines. Today's LG1 is powered by three of Paducah & Louisville's leased CEFX SD9043MA... (more)
LG1 heads south with empty hoppers from Louisville Gas & Electric's Mill Creek plant. Consist includes: 2107 (GP40-3), 3804 (GP38-2), 2112 (road slug), 2119 (GP40-3). Lead unit 2107 is a mother wi... (more)