A AC6000CW leads Q268 north on a beautiful autumn day.
Not a heritage unit however still a celebrity at the Spencer event back in July the 1030 leads a joint NS/
Paducah and Louisville coal empty through a S curve
near Fisherville as it nears Louisv... (more)
With the N&W and Interstate units in the background
the NS Virginian heritage ACe takes center stage at
Virginia's Museum of Transportation.
Nearing Louisville 22A crosses Pope Lick trestle with the
NS Nickle Plate unit up front.
Although they are now slugs two classic GP30 carbodies
lead their trains as they meet at Kentucky Street. Southbound Y129 with the 2262 is of GM&O heritage
while northbound Y155 with the 2328 ha... (more)
The Nickle Plate heritage unit leads 22A west by Veechdale on a beautiful autumn day as it nears its destination of Louisville.
LIRC's GP16 1609 leads a southbound towards Jeff
Yard crossing the CSX diamond at Boyd Tower. The
1609 has since been retired and the tower,signal and for that matter the CSX crossing the LIRC n... (more)
Tennessee Southern GP30's 2558 and 523 lead their train through the small town of Lynnville. The 2558 was a former Southern unit and the 523 N&W.
Built in February 1945 as Southern FTB 4108C it was converted in August 1958 to heater car HC-58 and
renumbered to 960602. I have no clue as to whether or not it still survives.
The guys at the Chattanooga shops give an old GP35
a little going over before sending it back out on the road.
Southern GP35 2713 was built in January 1965 and was
officially retired in March 1... (more)
A former GM&O GP30 now working for CSX as a slug leads Y129 south for Osborn yard.
Built originally as a RS3 for the GB&W now KBS 308
waits outside the shops for its next assignment.
While an old building gets demolished the PAL transfer job heads for the CSX.
Just a few months before its retirement a Southern GP30
has lead a southbound into Atlanta.
SRS 145 heads west on the NS as it nears Louisville.