This is one of the three locomotives from the TTI wreck this past spring that I found in the Lexington Yard en route to VMV Paducah for rebuilding.
8569 sitting on the Old Passenger Main looking towards the Lexington Skyline and the old coaling towers, whose days are numbered.
GP59 4613 was on the Lexington Local at the same time as GP59 4610 was on the Lawrenceburg Local. These locomotives are actually set up with the long hood as the foraward end, even though they ha... (more)
The yard crew backs in for another cut of cars to be switched.
Southbound CNO&TP "Royal Palm" makes its station stop at the classic old SR depot in Lexington, KY.
An RJC GP16 sits in next to the rock quarry off Forbes Road on a beautiful Saturday afternoon.
A EMD duo leads 236 around the 40mph curve at the South end of the Lexington Yard
A pair of R.J. Corman's tunnel motors sit in the Lexington yard on a cold and hazy winter afternoon. The 8569 is a former Southern Pacific unit.
A nice snowy December day in the Lexington Yard finds the local power awaiting its call to duty.
Two former Southern Ry. GP38's and an old GP9 chop nose at the Lexington Yard on a very cold January day. The crew is busy firing up the 38s.
Christmas Day 2003 is drawing to a close as a pair of RJ Corman GP16s idle away the night with the Lexington skyline rising in the background.