Ex Rio Grange RJCP5353 in NS Lexington, KY yard after transfer from PA.
Q540 leaves Lexington with more power than train
A lone RJC geep sits by the former L&N coaling towers
Q50 leaves Lexington during the last Week of CSX operation
Southbound led by a former Conrail SD60M hustles down the old CNO&TP on a bright Fall morning with a very short intermodal train.
RJ Corman SD40T-2 5372 is backlit but looking fine in her new paint as she waits out a lazy Fall afternoon in Lexington Yard.
Southern #5228 is on the point of this consist through Lexington.
T&P #610 rests at the Lexington Depot. The next day she pulled an excursion train to Louisville and return.
CSX 114 enters the yard in Lexington.
CSX engine 545 with a coal train for Kentucky Utilities' E.W. Brown power plant waits for the Southern crew to arrive from Cincinnatti to take the train from CSX and head south to the plant.
A soon to be antique... Sperry self propelled vehicles are quickly being replaced by Hi-Rail trucks!
Long hood forward shot of RJC #9008
RJ Corman power, the exL&N coaling towers, and the Lexington, KY skyline...this will soon be a common sight in town!
CSX #2512 with the 5/3rd Bank building in the background....the unmistakable blue building in Lexington's Skyline.