After bringing a northbound loaded coal train to Maysville a
quartet of matched B36-7's that include the 5911,5902,
5884 and 5819 lead empty hoppers south for Paris.
With a fresh crew aboard for its trip north to Cincinnati the UP CN&W heritage unit leads NS 174 away from Burnside.
Crossing over Lake Cumberland UP's CN&W heritage unit
leads northbound NS 174 on a beautiful early autumn day.
After making its decent of the 2.8% grade of Duncan Hill
the NS Southern heritage unit leads coal loads onto the New Albany floodwall as it nears Louisville.
The NS Southern heritage unit leads coal empties back to the mine passing by the rock cut near DePauw.
Traveling down the former second district of the CNO&TP
the NS Southern heritage unit lead coal loads south by Kings Mountain.
The NS Savannah & Atlanta heritage unit has arrived in Louisville leading an eastbound coal train.
IRM's 80 ton number 6 leads the Spirit of Jasper and its patrons for a day at French Lick and the casino.
R.J. Corman's Bardstown Dinner Train heads west on what was once the L&N's Bardstown Branch and the long abandoned T.W. Samuels Distillery and L&N depot.
It's just after 5 PM as Corman's FP7's lead another dinner train west out of Bardstown.
KRM's afternoon excursion comes to a stop as a train robbery reenactment takes place.
In what may be considered a work in progress KRM's Saturday afternoon excursion train heads back to New Haven with a former Reading GP7 in command. Volunteers
are presently in the process of rest... (more)
As the sun begins to set and shadows grow the Corman loaded aluminum train has been given permission by Kentucky St. and heads for CSX's Osborn Yard before continuing south.
LIRC power waits for their next assignment.
As LIRC's 1803 waits to lead another ballast train north the next day CSX's Q268 lead by a former Conrail SD40-2 rolls by.