Shortly after sunrise, NS 7203 leads train 167 over one of the bridges still lettered for the K&IT RR, having just departed Youngtown Yard.
An amply powered Louisville & Indiana transfer comes across the bridge in Louisville to interchange with NS and P&L.
After delivering a cut of cars to the NS the PAL transfer job is almost back to its own yard. The 2129 wears a special logo of Salute to Our Veterans.
CSX Y129-11crosses the lift span and approaches Clagg Tower on the LIRC bridge over the Ohio River.
After interchanging cars with the PAL, CSX Y128 enters the north end of Osborn Yard.
Former MP power; others to the left are ex-IC, and more familiar with the P&L's territory
A trio of GP38-2 models are quietly resting within the confines of the PAL Oak Street yard as they wait for the next crew to utilize their 2000 horsepower output.
Ample PAL power waits the call to duty at Oak St. Yard in Louisville. Taken with permission.
RJC ingot empties head north on the CSX LCL Sub behind a sharp looking trio of SD40's. A few miles from here at Anchorage the train will return to RJC rails on the former L&N Old Road.
RJC ingot empties pass through St. Matthews on the CSX LCL Sub. At Anchorage the train will return to home rails on the former L&N Old Road.
During a summer '72 vacation happened upon KIT 61 helping the 4501 get ready for a day excursion around Louisville
RJ Corman sand train power lays over during the day at their yard in Louisville near the Ohio River, waiting for the evening run to Lexington.
P&L power parked at Oak St. on a fine October morning. Taken with permission.
The CSX local from Watson, IN heads towards Osborn Yard after crossing the Ohio River on LIRC tracks.
RJ Corman's sand train waits for a crew to appear later in the evening to take it east to Lexington behind a nice set of SD40-2 types and a GP38-2.