Empty Corman aluminum train Z544 heads east from Louisville as it passes the signals at Frankfort Ave.
LIRC 2378 leads a transfer job to the Maritine Center in Jeffersonville.
Originally Conrail 6040, CSX C40-8 7495 leads
northbound autorack train Q226 by the signals at
Whipps Mill Rd. as it heads towards Cincinnati.
Built originally as a SD40 in May 1967 as B&O 7483 it would become CNJ 3062 then Conrail 6286.Today it works for the NS as the 3445 as it leads a rail train east
into New Albany.
CSX Q502 rolls north up the Shortline as it heads towards Cincinnati.
CSX 862 leads Q133 south as its about to travel down the middle of LaGrange.
Built for the Southern as GP38AC 2862 in August 1971
now NS GP38-2 5514 leads a westbound autorack train
by Corydon Jct.
With summer temperatures in the 80's spring is well ahead of itself as the empty Corman aluminum train
heads for home rails a few miles from here at HK.
The empty Corman sand train nears Shelbyville about to duck under Hwy. 55.
The northbound Corman empty sand train hustles
After crossing the Kentucky River the empty Corman aluminum train begins a little street running through
BNSF power with a GP60 in command leads southbound CSX Q503 towards Osborn Yard.
CSX Y129 heads back to Osborn yard as it passes MP 50 on the CSX Nabb Branch. MP 50
represented 50 miles to North Vernon Indiana where the old B&O connected.
A three inch wet snowfall welcomes empty steel train
60A into New Albany after decending Duncan Hill.
After a mild winter finally a measurable snowfall for the Louisville area. A Corman light power move running as
CSX Z546 heads for home rails at HK near Anchorage.