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.
Probably what is to be the last set of CSX locomotives to operate in regular CSX service at Lexington,KY.
The local has just returned and the crew gone off duty. The road slug set rests in the yard after a days work. Soon these engines will be displaced by red and silver RJ Corman power.
KU train with CSX 545 waits for the NS crew to arrive for its trip down to Brown.
KU train with CSX AC4400CW number 545 climbs the steep grade for the CSX-NS interchange track in Lexington. The unit coal train in tow is headed to the E.W. Brown power plant near Burgin.
The KU train starts up the steep grade of the Southern Interchange portion of CSX's ex-L&N Buchanan Street Yard in Lexington.
Nice looking Operation Lifesaver engine sitting in the Lexington Yard
Y101 coming around the corner, somewhere early in the Belt Loop Job