Indiana Southern Railroad new SD40-2 in final inspection at VMV Paducahbilt. New owner new look same power line.
A primer painted SW1001 rides a top a Kasgro Rail Lines 8 axle flatcar.
A southbound BNSF coal train (DP unit shown here) nears the end of its short run across the P&I Railroad (CN/BNSF) from Metropolis, IL as it approaches the Paducah & Louisville yard.
IC 1019 works a CN rail train on the P&I at Central Avenue in Paducah.
MBTX 1066 passes through Paducah on the P&L on its way to Progress Rail at Mayfield, KY.
PAL 10 started life as a milk car and would later be rebuilt by VMV to its present day configuration to supply power to the P&L office cars (Bluegrass State I and Bluegrass State II).
The Fulton-Paducah local arrives at the P&L yard in Paducah with interchange cars from the CN at Fulton. After they finish yarding their train the crew will turn the engine on the wye, grab their ... (more)
after spending last night in a hotel in Paducah then picking up the freshly shopped 101 as well as another HLCX unit in the morning, BNSF's Centralia to Paducah Local crew departs P&L's Paducah ya... (more)
This may have been the first unit repainted in to the PAL scheme.
BNSF 559 and another B40-8W lead short (now classified as a Manifest) train north out of Paducah, Kentucky on a warm and sunny day. The conductor, Mike Anderson, waves as they approach and pass m... (more)
BNSF 6317 brings up the rear of a loaded unit coal train arriving in Paducah, KY at the Pines road grade crossing on a late, wintery afternoon.
BNSF 9847 leads a fast-moving loaded unit coal train past the Pines Road crossing into Paducah, KY. The last bit of a 5 inch snowfall was melting under some beautiful clear skies as well.
BNSF 5933 pushes at full power on the end of a heavy loaded coal train as it rolls past the Allen Lane crossing on the way into the yard on a wonderful day.
One of the first two pieces of equipment was this ex-IC caboose. These were some of my favorite cabooses. I like the "porches", the cushion underframe and the extended cupola.
These would have looked great in green or silver, maybe, at least, they'd have the logo straight. Nee MP of course.