After leading a northbound earlier that morning into Louisville PAL power waits for its next assignment.
NS 23G departs Louisville's yard as the Southern
heritage unit leads the way for its trip east.
CSX train K883 crosses the lift span of LIRC’s bridge over the Portland Canal. The train originated in Louisville and is bound for the Jeffersonville, In riverport.
A nice set of BNSF power leads northbound CSX Q502
along Frankfort Ave. in east Louisville heading for Cincinnati.
A nice tribute to the B&O brings up the rear end of a southbound work train.
The former Conrail 6644 leads Q540 as it nears Osborn Yard nearing its trip from Lexington over the Old Road
now operated by R.J.Corman.
PAL's University of Kentucky and University of Louisville
painted GP38-2's team up to lead the CSX transfer job.
The southbound Floridian passes JN Tower at L&S Junction on its way to Louisville Union Station. Amtrak’s Chicago to Florida train is running over five hours late on this clear but snowy day. ... (more)
KCS power leads a military train past a former distillery site at Shively on the P&L. After arriving in Louisville as NS 057 the train was interchanged to the P&L for the final leg of its journey ... (more)
The L&N acquired a dozen six-motor 2,750 horsepower C628s from Alco in 1964. The big units were the first six-motor power on the L&N, and the first new units to be equipped with dynamic brakes. Sa... (more)
R.J.Cormans Bardstown Ky. Dinner Train consist makes a run for Lexington on a cold a dreary day.
The conductor of the JS3 waves to LIRC's bridge operator on the steps of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Clagg Tower as they bring their 50+ car train over the Ohio River
Eight former CSXT SD70MAC's depart Oak Street Yard bound for Paducah behind PAL 2120/2117. Head to rear: 4504, 4511, 4523, 4522, 4505, 4506, 4501, 4503.
After backing out onto the NS main a PAL transfer job
heads west for the NS Youngtown Yard.
When you're sixteen years old, as I was when this photo was snapped, you tend to be blissfully ignorant of many dangers in this world. I had photographed the change of engines and servicing of the... (more)