Three GP38-2's lean into the curve at Irving (between Montvale and Thaxton) with an eastbound work train. They really had 'em in the wind big time when they came by us here at Nester Road. Former ... (more)
Hopper train LG3 rolls south through scenic Spring Lick, Kentucky on a perfect September afternoon.
Empty hoppers head south at Summit behind a mother/slug and three geeps.
Empties drop off Rosine Hill at Jerusalem Ridge, "Birthplace Of American Bluegrass Music & The Father Of Bluegrass, Bill Monroe". Makes me want to have a taste and play "Blue Moon o... (more)
PAL LG3 charges up Muldraugh Hill behind a perfectly matched set of P&L 4-axles: 2112/2119 (slug/GP40-3), 3810 (GP38-2), 3803 (GP38-2), 2106/2107 (slug/GP40-3). LG3 handles empties south from LG&E... (more)
The mighty Leviathan performs a run-by at Trackside Farm during BGRM's Labor Day weekend "Lincoln Civil War Train" event.
Outbound LP3 power at Louisville: PAL 2012 and PAL 2013 (UK and UofL SD70MAC's), and PAL 3803 (GP38-2).
A southbound ballast train led by four standard cab EMD's (SD50/GP40-2/SD40-2/SD50) approaches Osborn Yard.
Eastbound between Louisville and Danville with an SD40E and two former N&W SD40-2's.
Parked next to the sand tower at Paris during better times on the old "Rail To River".
Not exactly the most attractive specimen I've ever ran across...
A trio of MAC's led by PAL 2012, painted for the UK Wildcats, heads south through Millwood with empties from LG&E's Cane Run plant in Louisville.
A trio of P&L MAC's leads a northbound Cane Run train through Summit on a typical muggy afternoon in central KY.
USAX 7371 poses beside the classy engine house at APG on the second day of 1998. Notice the dismantled front steps and parts strewn about the walkway.