A coal train heads south toward Fulton, KY on the CN Bluford Subdivision. The track at right is the P&I Railroad (CN/BNSF), leading to Paducah and a connection with the P&L Railway.
MBTX 1066 passes through Paducah on the P&L on its way to Progress Rail at Mayfield, KY.
PAL 10 started life as a milk car and would later be rebuilt by VMV to its present day configuration to supply power to the P&L office cars (Bluegrass State I and Bluegrass State II).
The Fulton-Paducah local arrives at the P&L yard in Paducah with interchange cars from the CN at Fulton. After they finish yarding their train the crew will turn the engine on the wye, grab their ... (more)
A veteran from the good old days of the N&W proudly stands guard just north of Boones Mill at 3:48 AM on 3/10/2010, during the last two months of its long career of governing train movements on th... (more)
Rail train MWL heads south through Vine Grove.
A distinguished looking GP38-2 of obvious SP heritage basks in perfect winter afternoon lighting. These are my favorite units on the PAL roster, from both railroader and railfan standpoints. They ... (more)
PAL 2121 (GP40-3/mother) and PAL 2100 (road-slug) pose at Oak Street Yard on a perfect Saturday evening.
A Corman GP38 heads south through Saint Matthews with PAL and RJC passenger equipment returning from a political event in Frankfort. When the train reaches CSX's Osborn Yard the two Paducah & Loui... (more)
The dinner train equipment deadheads south from Louisville to Bardstown Junction where it will return to RJ Corman rails.
Westbound through Glenvar with NS 3236 (SD40-2), NS 8086 (C30-7A), CN 9643 (GP40-2LW), NS 5346 (GP38-2).
An eastbound approaches Roanoke with an SD40, GP38, SF30C, C32-8 consist.
NS I18 nears Roanoke at it heads east through Salem on the former Virginian behind a pair of C36-7s.
NS 1387 (built 9/67 as NW 1387) awaits its next assignment out of Roanoke, likely on a Winston-Salem District pusher job. This unit would later be rebuilt as NS 3075 (GP40-2). Notice NS 9737 (RP-E... (more)
Ohio Central 7499 visits Wheeling & Lake Erie's Brewster shop for a little maintenance.