The Cecilia Local works industries on the E'town Branch during a light snowfall. Starting life in 1884 as the Hodgenville & Elizabethtown Railway (later IC), this line is still often referred to a... (more)
PAL GPs 8344 and 8334 work the chemical complex at Calvert City, KY in 1995.
A Paducah & Louisville local job prepares to depart with a cut of interchange cars bound for CSX’s Osborn Yard.
The afternoon P&L switcher pulls a cut of cars down to the NS crossing at 14th street. He will take the wye and shove into NS Magnolia Yard
PAL 3812 (remote equipped) has arrived at Louisville on a beautiful December morning after making the overnight run from Paducah on PL4.
One of only two units on the roster that has not yet received PAL paint.
PAL 8507 at Oak Street Yard on a Saturday morning. This unit is the oddball of PAL's roster and started life as ASAB 507 (GP39). Earlier this year the unit was sent to VMV in Paducah where it was ... (more)
PAL's University of Kentucky painted "wildcat engine" rests at Oak Street Yard while a UPS jet makes its descent into Louisville.
A sharp looking PAL GP38-2 demonstrates its obvious SP heritage with a full sized plow and headlight configuration. This unit began life as SSW 7262, a late model GP40-2.
Road-slug (PAL 2112) and GP40-3 (PAL 2119) at Oak Street Yard.