It's nice to know at least one old tire found a good home out in the country.
An SD40 and Chessie Jordan Spreader pass the lumber yard at Salem.
The Osborne Yard Bowl Engine rolls past this rare set of semaphores.
After passing the semaphores at the north end of Campbellsburg, this SD40 and jordan spreader heads south towards Louisville, KY.
Clear #1 track northbound!
Crossing the Ohio river into the buckeye state.
The CSX OCS makes a rare appearance on the Indiana subdivision. It is seen passing IORY 4034 sitting engine light at the old Amtrak station. . oh and yes it's raining.
Colorado Rockies fans head for the light rail lines after after the game.
NS 955 heads down the 3rd main at Winton Place. Power for today's Kentucky Derby train (to be) are NS 5633 and 5628.
A freshly painted pair of GP38-2's powers Norfolk Southern's business train. NS 5633 waits for a better signal before heading for its final destination: the Kentucky Derby.
Norfolk Southern's business train heads south towards Cincinnati. It is headed for Louisville and the Kentucky Derby.
NS 123 drifts west towards NA tower on the old Conrail Cincinnati Line. The track in the foreground services the St. Bernard Soap Company recently operated by Proctor and Gamble.
A lone BNSF locomotive heads up this loaded rail train. The CNO&TP has recently had significant track work just south of here.
Santa Fe power heads up this NS hothshot. Today however it's not quite as speedy. Ahead is NS 287 in emergency with an air hose separation.
This Santa Fe power isn't used to moving at such a slow pace. It crawles at restricted speed following NS 287 ahead.