After leading a northbound earlier that morning into Louisville PAL power waits for its next assignment.
The NS Southern heritage unit leads 23G east.
NS 23G departs Louisville's yard as the Southern
heritage unit leads the way for its trip east.
The final curtain call would soon be near for this Southern yellow bay window caboose as it sat in the Danville yard waiting for its next assignment.
A light set of SD40-2's arrives in Lexington's yard on a late February afternoon.
After dropping off its passengers in Huntingburg a NS
OLS train heads back east for Louisville.
NS GP40-2 3052 leads an Operation Lifesaver train west through the cut near Depauw Indiana.
After picking up some passengers in New Albany a NS
Operation Lifesaver train heads west.
A nice set of BNSF power leads northbound CSX Q502
along Frankfort Ave. in east Louisville heading for Cincinnati.
With part of their crew standing guard for track conditions BGRM's former ICG GP8 leads the Easter
Bunny Special over a small trestle.
A former ICG rebuild leads the Bluegrass Railroad Museums Easter Bunny Special west past one of many central Kentucky horse farms.
A nice tribute to the B&O brings up the rear end of a southbound work train.
The former Conrail 6644 leads Q540 as it nears Osborn Yard nearing its trip from Lexington over the Old Road
now operated by R.J.Corman.
CSX B36-7 5913 and B40-8 5951 leads northbound Y129
into Indiana on its way to the Clark Maritine Industiral Park.
MGRail slug 3963 and its mother work the Port of Jeffersonville. The 3963 was originally built in October
1950 as ATSF GP7 2650 the class unit before eventually
rebuilt as a slug.