A northbound fits in perfectly with a warm Kentucky summer night at La Grange, Kentucky travelling down the street running portion of the CSX LCL Sub, or Short Line.
Central Division train 275 rolls south up the mountain at Tateville, KY, past "Garlands Bend" of the Cumberland River, moving automobiles from the Shelbyville mixing center to market in ... (more)
A little over powered CSX local Y129 crosses the Ohio River as it heads for Louisville's Osborn yard. The CP power and the six axle CSX unit had earlier lead a northbound potash train to the Jeffe... (more)
2 of the EMDX SD70ACe-T4 Demo units lead Q316 through Wurtland, passing through NJ Cabin on the West End of Russell Yard.
Having originated out of John Sevier Yard in Knoxville, TN, a coal train derailed a week ago under the Middlesboro Mining loadout. Two hoppers were rerailed with another suffering damage and skidd... (more)
Were C&O meets L&N with B&O CPL's? A lite power move most likely coming out of Russell tucks under the B&O CPL's at KC Junction that protects the C&O Russell Mainline to the L&N CC Subdivision. Fr... (more)
Q244 crosses over the Salt River as it heads west out of Louisville along the Ohio River valley.
CSX 6412 brings a freight past a tobacco farm along Hwy 8 near Concord, KY in July of 1995.
Winter Storm Jonas is in full swing as 144 charges north across Eagle Creek Trestle.
Cumberland to Cincinnati Q317-04 is westbound on the Kanawha Subdivision at Catlettsburg, passing through town on the triple track mainline with two ex-Conrail SD60Ms for power bound for a crew ch... (more)
"DERAILMENT" NS T09 has derailed under the Apollo fuels loadout in Middlesboro, KY with severe damge to the supports of the loadout and one gon hanging on by a thread.
A southbound (Eastbound for the next 300 yards or so) TTI coal train heads for the junction of the C&O and L&N as it passes by the famed "Welcome to Maysville" mural on the floodwall in ... (more)
Twenty Five A shows no struggle climbing up the Erlanger Hill grade even for its length it fair much better then the first two Intermodal trains.
The stillness of a quaint Catawba morning is briefly disrupted as a Cincinnati bound coal train emerges from the abyss.
The Mill Creek empties head south at Dixie Beach Road on a gorgeous spring evening. All three units (4501, 4503, 4523) had fresh paint jobs from VMV at the time of this April 2014 scene.