NS 1067 leads a loaded coal train through the Southern Kentucky wilderness. Out of picture to left is the old Southern Railway tunnel.
Survivors of a dying breed guide NS 124 north as the train streaks through North Wye.
NS 275 rolls by the Christmas wonderland in Salvisa with a veteran SD40-2 leading the over 8000 foot rack train. NS 275 would tie down in Danville Yard for the Christmas holiday shutdown.
The short-lived Roadrailer is passing KC Junction. To the left are the remaining tracks of the C&O yard.
After spotting 45 cars of coal that the transflow facility in Marysville, KY, the quartet of B36-7s run lite engine back to Paris. Note all the leaves sucked against the air compressor vents.
After running around their train, TTI loads ease through the river town of Maysville. In November, CSX (the parent company) announced that the transflow facility would be shut down due to lack of ... (more)
A pair of Louisville & Nashville U-boats work their way through the yard in Loyall, Kentucky. U25B 1623, built in 1964, is partnered with 1973-vintage U23B 2713.
With their delivery of coal to the TTI port terminal complete, three TTI B36-7 units now find themselves pushing empty rock hoppers under a signal on the CSX #1 track and back to the connection po... (more)
The clean looking 5819 proudly displays its love for the United States of America and love for Coal.
A Louisville & Nashville SD40-2 in Family Lines paint waits to be sent out of the engine terminal in Corbin, Kentucky. The unit is still on the CSX roster as its 8069.
Louisville & Nashville SD40-2 3581 mingles with some GE’s in outside of the shops in Corbin, Kentucky. The unit continues in service today as CSX SD40-3 4075.
NS 890 drops into the Green River Valley on a gorgeous November day.
NS 76J heads towards the power plant at Brown with a load of black diamonds in tow.
TTI got one opportunity to strut their stuff, on a few miles of the former C&O main which was used as a lead to the transloader. Here a former Seaboard veteran roars by doing what all real locomo... (more)
Frankfort & Cincinnati S4 107 and S2 103 wait to leave the engine facility in Frankfort on a cloudy May morning.