Two Wheeling GP35s pose side by side outside Brewster Shop during May 2007. The 2651 would soon be purged from the roster and the 2679 would be rebuilt as WE 112 (GP35-3) during 2010.
The Mill Creek empties head south at Dixie Beach Road on a gorgeous spring evening. All three units (4501, 4503, 4523) had fresh paint jobs from VMV at the time of this April 2014 scene.
Fresh out of the paint shop at VMV and shining like a new dollar, PAL 4516 leads the Cane Run empties south at Deering Road. Two MACs were just shy of what was needed to get the Cane Run loads ove... (more)
Happy 30th Anniversary P&L!!! August 27, 1986 - August 27, 2016. Paducah & Louisville Railway began operations 30 years ago today as a spinoff from the shrinking Illinois Central Gulf system of th... (more)
The Cane Run empties head south through "Riney", cresting the hill at MP 42 with a classic P&L consist. Unfortunately, Cane Run converted to natural gas and received their last coal trai... (more)
NS 54T is just below the crest of Starkey Hill (southbound) with UP 3600 in command followed by an NS SD60 and GP38-2. The UP leader is UP how I like it: no flag and a red frame stripe. Now I'm th... (more)
Test train 995 approaches Starkey Hill where the pair of C39-8's (8567, 8566) will be put to the test, monitored by research car NS 32. Note the hose draped over the pilot, for "wet rail test... (more)
Test train 995 starts around the connection track at JK between the Silt Mill Lead and the Winston-Salem line with a pair of SD50's (6514, 6518), research car NS 32, and a load of black diamonds p... (more)
Former SOU GP50 #7074, sub-lettered for the Georgia Southern & Florida, poses at JK during January of 1998.
An extra local crosses the Salt River at West Point with P&L's recently painted Veterans unit in command. At the time of this photo PAL 2129 was suffering from injector issues and looking a bit fi... (more)
NS 223 approaches Louisville as it drops down Duncan Hill on a snowy January morning.
A former L&N GP38-2 works in home territory as it leads a local to Bowling Green on the "Mainline Sub".
Empty ballast train W067 heads south at Bountiful Way as it departs Louisville behind a trio of SD40's (8013, 8856, 4033). The first and third units are former L&N so they're right at home on the ... (more)
RJ Corman ingot empties approach home rails at Anchorage as they head north through "Whipps Mill" on the CSX LCL Sub.
Ballast train W061 heads north on the old WofA between Notasulga and Loachapoka behind a pair of C30-7's: 7121/7016.