An E8-E7 duo sits at CUT after bringing in the Cincinnati Limited from New York City earlier in the day. The PRR's train was a competitor to the NYC's Ohio State Limited, but by 1966, both runs we... (more)
"All aboard!" This is only the 2nd regular service Amtrak train I've caught in my lifetime, and I wasn't a bit disappointed. Amtrak 51, "The Cardinal", pauses at Cincinnati Uni... (more)
Interior of the colorful dome at the Cincinnati Union Terminal. This terminal still gets an occasional Amtrak train, but also houses a couple of fine museums and the Cincinnati Railroad Club, whi... (more)
It's amazing that of all the EMD E7s (428 cab units, 82 B-units), only one survived---Pennsy 5901, at Strasburg, PA. Even in the darkening days of intercity passenger service in the '60s, they wer... (more)
Cincinnati's famous Art Deco landmark, Cincinnati Union Terminal, shines in the sun on a beautiful summer day in August of 2012.
It’s Sunday, June 24, 1956, and Louisville & Nashville M-1 class number 1962—one of the memorable “Big Emma” 2-8-4s that worked the eastern side of the system, in Kentucky only—slowly backs toward... (more)
Chessie Steam Special 2101, originally Reading 2101, prepares for departure at Cincinnati Union Terminal as a B&O Geep goes about its work in the background.
The southbound L&N Southland--a Tampa/St. Pete-Midwest train handled by the L&N between Cincinnati and Atlanta--has the signal from CUT Tower A and is moving out for Atlanta. Back under the concou... (more)
Looking out over the nose of L&N E7 760, this is the view from the fireman’s seat as train 6, the New Orleans-Cincinnati “Humming Bird” approaches its final stop at CUT in the Queen City. The trai... (more)
Part of an equipment display for the 1966 NMRA convention in Cincinnati, restored C&O Ten-Wheeler 377 was spotted (albeit somewhat cramped) at the end of the passenger concourse at CUT. Today, thi... (more)
It's a sunny afternoon in 1970, and PRR 4297 is about to lead an unknown PC passenger train out of Cincinnati Union Station.
It is the summer of 1970 less than a year before Amtrak, and C&O 4027 and 4016 wait for their train at Cincinnati Union Terminal.
L&N 785 and companion wait in the afternoon sun at the Cincinnati Union Terminal. I had permission to take this shot, yet the next day when I went back, I was told it had been many years since a r... (more)
CUT proudly shows off its classic architecture.
The massive Cincinnati Union Terminal (C.U.T.) stands tall under night time skies in Cincinnati, OH.