CP 8719 continues slowly east at Argo at the Kentucky Virginia state lineand will stop shortly to wait on a loaded coal train. then 859 will proceed to Hurley, VA. it will have to tie down at Hurl... (more)
NS 859 pulls just short of the crossing at Argo to let a NS work train finish picking up scrap.
NS 275 passing the open field at M.P. 131
RJ Corman's sand train waits for a crew to appear later in the evening to take it east to Lexington behind a nice set of SD40-2 types and a GP38-2.
A Louisville bound Autorack makes its way by KC Junction with a new ET44AH in the lead.
LIRC's train to NS pulls from the interchange as a NS mixed freight with a former Conrail SD60 leader idles waiting for a new crew to shove back to the yard and head east.
PAL's interchange train to CSX returns to Oak St. Yard with the UofL tribute GP leading the way.
A heavy TTI coal train blasts north out of Paris toward Maysville with a quartet of GE B36-7s on the head end and a trio on the rear pushing.
Far from its origins on the Santa Fe Transcon, this SD75M now works for NS and leads a westbound mixed freight across the former Southern toward Louisville, KY.
Two former Conrail GE locomotives power NS 177 south through Moreland, KY
NS 167 takes on fuel at Faulkner Road with a CP leader.
The former BN 9208 now owned by the NS leads 112 west as it nears Louisville.
PAL special paint for Wildcats team GP 9 rests at the Paducah engine facility.
P&L's UofL and UK GP38-2's pose at Oak Street after a night of switching industries around Louisville/Shively.