An unusual and eclectic mixture leads this southbound local train.
Newly repainted and probably on borrowed time, this unit is far away from the high priority freights it was purchased for.
Fairly rare anywhere these were regulars here, from the days when C&O bought them.
Here's a scene that brings back some really wonderful memories. This was taken late in the day on Saturday, October 11, 1986 at Loyall, KY. The steam locomotive--L&N 152--had just returned from an... (more)
Mr. Lewis inspects a few of the gauges on R.J Corman's QJ while it sits on display in Downtown Midway at the Midway fall festival back in 2012
Great place to take a lunch, kick back, and soak in the sights. Pusher set crosses Pool Point, which prior to World War I, had the distinction of being the longest single span steel bridge in the ... (more)
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.
Dead and shoved to the end of track was not a sign of the demise of this unit. These would carry on a few more years.
Southbound train departing Osborn Yard with an odd mix of power.
Switching the yard. The other side was uploaded earlier.
Hopper train LG3 rolls south through Rineyville with Paducah & Louisville's UK (2012) and UofL (2013) SD70MAC's in command.
Paducah & Louisville's UofL (2013) and UK (2012) painted SD70MAC's lead a hopper train over the new bridge as they climb Muldraugh Hill southbound.