The rain is falling down in buckets as the Amtrak Phase I heritage unit leads NS 951, the AAPRCO St. Louis Convention Charter, by the Southern Searchlight masts and the RJ Corman diamond in Shelby... (more)
Running long hood forward as the Southern had them built
NS GP38-2 5134 leads T19 west into Shelbyville as the sun pops itself from behind the clouds.
Kentucky Railway Museum's restored Rogers Pacific number 152 is on the east side of Shelbyville, KY en route to Lexington with the first successful break-in run following completion. A previous ru... (more)
Interstate 8105 leads NS 61R across the overhead bridge in Shelbyville, KY on its march eastward
An old soldier spends Labor Day 2013 at Shelbyville, KY. Former N&W 4148 is one of only seven NS GP38AC's remaining on the active roster (3 N&W, 4 SOU).
The empty Corman sand train nears Shelbyville about to duck under Hwy. 55.
The sand train heads east (timetable south) over the "Old Road" between Louisville and Lexington.
NS 285 creeps over the small trestle at Shelbyville's "Elmo Head Park" while the bridge replacement project continues.
NS 376 heads east through Shelbyville with a ragged warbonnet leader. The trestle, which runs along the edge of Shelbyville's "Elmo Head Park", is currently in process of being replaced.
Local T19 heads west through Shelbyville at Old Finchville Road.
A former Conrail SD50 leads westbound autoracks across the trestle at Shelbyville.
Still in its original paint ex.Conrail SD60I 5636 leads
NS 111 east across the trestle at Shelbyville Ky.
NS 375 heads west over the trestle at Elmo Head Park. One of the nice things about this location is that you can get elevation for your shots from the provided playground equipment.
Local T19 heads west over the trestle at Elmo Head Park in Shelbyville.
The clouds have rolled in again as the last standard cab
SD70 to be in Conrail paint leads its train east across the
trestle in Shelbyville on a cold winter day.