The southbound Norfolk Southern Office Car Special is nearly into Danville as it passes "North Wye" where NS's Louisville District connects to the CNO&TP.
NS 112 crosses Faulkner Road on a warm February day.
How tomorrow moves, by yesterday
One of CSX Transportation's first Tier 4 locomotives leads train G650 past the historic NJ Cabin that is still miraculously standing... for the time being... (more)
The Kentucky Steam Heritage Corp. members work with Kentucky Railway Museum's Mark Johnson, operating the crane, on removing the steam dome cap of 2716 in preparation of a evaluation of her curren... (more)
CSX tested this trio of BN units during the summer of 95'. They are seen here waiting for the next load for Crystal River, Florida.
It's time for the annual visit to the Bluegrass by RJ Corman's "Old Kentucky Dinner Train" featuring a matched pair of ex-SOU F-units. After an overcast morning run from Bardstown, KY; t... (more)
Four B36-7's roar over the Licking River with a loaded coal train for Maysville
A Loram rail grinder departs North Wye road crossing after a brief stop to allow NS 229 to pass.
As the early morning light continues to filter in on the heart of Southern Kentucky, NS 23G rumbles down the straightaway in the small town of Eubank with one of the first ACes leading.
The sun popped out just in time to grab a couple shots of today's 295. Led by a flared radiator SD70M with a Nathan P5.
After interchanging cars with the PAL, CSX Y128 enters the north end of Osborn Yard.
NS 275 races out of Danville Yard with an EMD SD60E leader.
The crew has just passed Showplace Garden Center south of Crittenden, KY, with the rather unique green barn in the distance.
Legend has it that the Grants Tunnel at Lambs Ferry are haunted The only thing seen haunting it today is a train. Story is told that a man was killed in one of the tunnels in the 1930s and to this... (more)
NS 117 sprints through the small town of Burgin with the Honoring our First Responders unit leading