A pair of former Southern F units, now disguised as RJ Corman #1940 and #1941, leads a small 3 car passenger train by South Yarnallton Road in western Fayette County as it heads toward Rupp Yard t... (more)
CSX manifest Q539 rolls across Otter Creek not far south of Ford,KY on CSX's CC Sub. SD50-2 #8527, ES40DC #5461 & SD40-2 #8060 power the Atlanta,GA bound freight on a frigid 12 degree morning.
CSX manifest Q539-04 rolls south on the CC Sub at Orlando
A triplet of Canadian National engines and a lone NS unit leads a long and heavy NS 117 through Lexington Yard on its way south to Chattanooga
46Z struggles to climb the 1.7 % Erlanger Hill grade even with the assistance of T90.
Empties roll up the Big Sandy Subdivision behind a pair of 400 series AC4400CW's, passing the C&O bracket mast at Calgon, MP CMG 5.1. Trains on this line have became increasingly rare in the past ... (more)
X042-30 tucks under the OB Cabin Southbound Signals as it begins to cross the Ohio River into Cincinnati. X042 ran up the Mainline Subdivision to Louisville then up the LCL Subdivision to Latonia ... (more)
Q133-02 heads south towards Louisville and eventually Jacksonville, This may be my last time seeing 133 at KC Junction rumor has it starting February 6th, 133 will die at Queensgate and Q143 (Old ... (more)
As the sun sets in the autumn sky, NS 111 rolls through the dips of Gradison
After holding at Salvisa to let traffic ahead clear, NS 111 rolls through Vanarsdale on the approach to the signals at the west end of Talmage with the Pennsylvania Heritage unit leading
NS 111, with the Pennsylvania heritage unit leading, passes by the white fence at Vanarsdale
NS 111 rolls through the Salt River valley near McBrayer on the Louisville District with the Pennsylvania heritage unit leading
A very short 123 has crested the 1.7 % Erlanger Hill grade and his starting to slow down as it will be meeting 2 at Rice.
A pair of BNSF Pumpkins and CSX SD40-3 powers Q259 through the Nichols Siding on the LCL.
CSX 6462 leads an eastbound past retired NJ Cabin, junction of lines to Columbus and Cincinnati west of Russell. C&O called its towers "cabins" and, if truth be known, it was an apt desc... (more)