Corman 4119 heads back to the barn with RP20BD 5400 sitting on the main.
It's a crisp fall day and the unit of the other end has failed so a trainman requested a ride to get 9002 at the new distillery. We fired up 9002, got her out on the main and turned the brunch tr... (more)
One of the classiest dinner trains around is making its leisurely way through the bucolic scenery of central Kentucky, Nelson County, the bourbon capital of the world as attested to by the old dis... (more)
R.J. Cormans FP7's leads a passenger car move west as
it nears Shelbyville.
A Corman passenger car move rolls through Kentucky's
capital city of Frankfort as it heads west and eventually
St. Joseph gives R J Cormans Z543 a rollby as it heads
east for home rails.GP38-2 3802 was originally built for the Southern in March 1970 as their GP38 2817.
St.Joseph's is a Catholic orphanage... (more)
RJ Corman GP16 switching local industries in Olive Branch, MS
Newly finished private varnish! RJ Corman's newly refurbed private car was run to Frankfort KY from Lexington and back today for a test-n-tune session before being put to use by Mr. Corman himsel... (more)
RJ Corman GP 16 1605 pulls the L&N Historical Society Convention Special past the Historic Shaker Tavern at South Union.
An RJ Corman train passes a lone covered hopper at Commonwealth Feeds as it returns from CSX’s Memphis Junction Yard.
The train from Logan Aluminum is seen passing through farmland near Auburn, KY. The train will cut the first five cars off at the Distribution Center in South Union before continuing on to the CS... (more)
Two tunnel motors are connected to the empty sand train which is in position for loading at the Nugent Sand Company.
A Corman passenger special makes a run towards
Two RJ Corman GP16s assigned to the Allentown Line cross over Jordan Creek with two boxcars that were just picked up from the NS interchange at East Penn Junction.
While many people went out to find deals today(Black Friday) I went out to find trains! Today I went home with a shot of a hot now locomotive and didn't have to stand in any lines!