The engineer on southbound NS train 143 has an impressive display of power in the wind as the consist speeds through the central Kentucky tobacco farms just north of Lexington.
A pretty freshly painted SD40-2 was standing by on the outskirts of the yard
Corman 5409 receives some repairs at the shop building at Lexington Ky
There's no place like home aboard the circus train as it sits in R.J. Corman's Lexington, KY yard.
An ex Rio Grande tunnel motor awaits its next assignment.
229 cruising into Lexington, with a light snow on the ground
A blast from the past with a modern twist. An ex-L&N Caboose repainted into the standard Corman Red and Silver carries the markers for the local (Beltline) freight train.
NS 375 heads south at Greendale by the new crossing signals.
NS 133 races south through a cold November Kentucky morning. That grass would look good at my house!
The Winchester switcher crosses Newtown Pike as it returns to the yard
A Ballast cleaner works on #2 track in front of the Lexington Yard Office
Wrecked power enroute to Paducah Shops via RJC-PAL. These locomotives were involved in a derailment on the TTI railroad.