A standard cab Dash 9 leads 167 south for Chattanooga.
At over 12,000 feet Mt. Humphrey Arizona's highest peak looms in the background as four EMD yellow bonnets lead
an eastbound on the Transcon.
LIRC's 2001 takes a break from its days activities outside
the house at Jeff Yard.
C&O F3A 8016 and B&O F7A 722 idle away in the night air
while photographers from around the world get their shots
during Spencer Streamliners event held this past summer.
Eastbound NS 61R with the Interstate heritage unit in charge crosses Pope Lick trestle just east of Louisville.
A LIRC job works the yard.
The area's first snow of the season arrives as LIRC's JS1
job rolls past The Lady. The sculpture commissioned several years ago was made from scrap metal most of which were hub caps and dedicate... (more)
Westbound NS 239 with the GoRail unit up front nears Huntingburg as it eventually heads for the Toyota plant at Princeton.
PAL's University of Kentucky painted 70MAC leads empties away from the LG&E power as it heads back to the mines for another load.
PAL's University of Kentucky and University of Louisville
painted SD70MAC's have climbed out of the Ohio River valley for another load of western Kentucky coal.
A pair of former Rio Grande GP30's now working for the Hartwell Railroad lead a southbound through Lavonia.
LNAC's Betty Sue takes a break from moving either passengers or freight.
LIRC's 2004 glimmers in the suns last light of day as it makes a light engine move north out of Jeffersonville.
One of the eighteen left white faced NS units leads 223 east away form Louisville.
NS SD60E 6968 leads a southbound freight by Rockwood with autumn color at its best.