A pair of Paducah & Louisville GP38-2s await their next assignment at the railroad's yard in Louisville, Kentucky, on February 13th, 2015. Built in October 1984 as GP40-2s (3805 was Cotton Belt 7... (more)
RJ Corman train Z546 does some semi-street running on the Water Street Lead to switch customers along this former L&N track. Although Bourbon is king in Louisville, the tracks here are bracketed ... (more)
With their switching complete at Consolidated Grain, NS TL02 negotiates some of Louisville's industrial trackage as they return to LS Junction from Oak Street Yard.
Brand spanking new out of Erie BNSF C44-9W 4511 leads
CSX Q505 south as it nears its destination of Louisville.
ICG Century 636 #1101 idles under the sand tower at Oak Street Yard on a frigid morning. It and its sister Alcos regularly worked between Paducah and Louisville in the Seventies.
These coexisted with B36-7s which were also identical.
Was this really twenty five years ago? Yes, take what you see because it will be twenty years ago too soon. Demoted to switching service these units were "dead men walking" even in tho... (more)
L&N 781 and 773 (E7 and E6) await the next passenger train at Louisville. There were always two "protect" units stationed here.
This was taken on August 5, 1968 at the 10th Street "Roundhouse" serving Louisville Union Station. The units on the left have brought the southbound Pan-American in this day, and the two... (more)
Conrail operator Dan Colglazier gives permission to Conrail YSJE to cross the Ohio River liftbridge from Jeffersonville, Indiana to Louisville. Today, this tower is still open, but owned by the L... (more)
Three CSX geeps power a manifest for the Louisville & Indiana Railroad across the Ohio River on the large Fourteenth Street Bridge that connects Louisville,KY to Clarksville,IN in the last light o... (more)
An unusual and eclectic mixture leads this southbound local train.
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.
Southbound train departing Osborn Yard with an odd mix of power.