Veteran L&N E6 755 (built in 1942) is on the point of the southbound Pan-American today. During the 15-minute station stop, the two Es are watered (although it appears the tanks are already overfl... (more)
L&N train 99, the Cincinnati-New Orleans Pan-American, swings around the south leg of the wye at A Street Tower before backing into Louisville Union Station.
L&N E6s 756-751 pose beside the steam-era water plug at 10th Street at Louisville. The SW1 in the background is no. 14, the long-time regularly assigned switcher at Union Station. The 756 was the ... (more)
Peoria Rocket with elderly EMD E6 at the Blue Island Staion. This city is famous for having many railroad bridges.
CSX turning engine for new owner (NCDOT) prior to sending to Salisbury for permenant display.
Over two hours late, L&N's s.b. Pan-American is ready to roll to Nashville as C&O's George Washington departs for Ashland, KY OT.