Intermodal train Q143 races south from Louisville with the 111 in the command position.
P&L's University Of Kentucky GP38-2 shoves back into Oak Street yard on a beautiful summer morning.
RJ Corman EMD SD40-2 No. 3944 sits with a sand train at the railroad’s yard in Louisville, Kentucky, on August 10, 2012. No. 3944 is a former Union Pacific locomotive with the same number.
A CSX local rolls north with some tank cars on tow.
The PAL/NS transfer job has climbed out on lead to the K&I bridge as it backs its train into the NS Youngtown yard.
After picking up a loaded potash train from the NS a quartet of LIRC GP's push the loads across the Ohio River
for their Jeffersonville yard.
Westbound NS 375 pokes itself out on the K&I bridge as
it works the yard.
Louisville & Indiana train J12A crosses their Ohio River Bridge into Louisville at sunset.
LIRC's 2005 and 2001 has just crossed the Ohio River as it arrives at Clagg and the lift bridge.
Having just cleared the lift bridge a barge continues it trip up the Ohio while a southbound LIRC job now has the green to proceed across.
One of the freshest painted engines on the Paducah & Louisville RR roster is seen here working their Louisville Yard. This was just a day after the engine had been sent to Louisville and featured... (more)
Corman's loaded aluminum train rolls by the University of Louisville's football stadium as it nears Osborn Yard and then a trip down the mainline towards Bowling Green.
A colorful trio of PAL MACs - 4522, 4503, 2013 - pose at Oak Street. The "fresh power" arrived earlier in the morning from Paducah on PL4 and will swap out with three other MACs that spe... (more)
Working hard CSX slug 2248 leads its mother 6424 and GP40-3 6525 across the Ohio River as it heads for Jeffersonville.