A BNSF B40-8W and a SD9 lead a southbound CSX by
Kentucky St. as it heads for Osborn Yard.
CSX Q574 along with R.J.Cormans Z544 with GP38-2 3805 wait for signals to head north at FX.
A northbound Herzog Ballast train is tied up at Park.
With the rain coming down outside BN's F9 #1 sits in the
NS yard in Louisville. BN had run their power to the Kentucky Derby that year so the reason for the racing form on the desk.
The 1991 Kentucky Derby had a visitor from the west as
BN sent their business train to the 117th running.BN 1 and its B unit sits in the NS yard under rainy skies.
Kentucky & Indiana Terminal FM #55 between switching duties at Louisville, KY in 1973.
Running long hood forward with green class lights and
flags waving Southern's class GP50 leads a westbound empty coal train by Buechel as the snow begins to accumulate.
A Southern GP38 leads the Waddy Turn east by Buechel.
Sporting white flags as an extra a Southern GP50 leads a westbound towards Louisville.
As snow flurries begin to fly former K&IT SW1500's 79
and 80 lead a westbound local by Buechel.
The LIRC transfer job picks up from the NS interchange and prepares to head back to Jeff Yard. Louisville's Riverwalk, visible at right, runs between NS and the Ohio River at this location.
I was able to catch this one just as the sun was going in behind some clouds. These brutish looking switch engines sound as good as they look.
The "night local" heads south at Crums Lane, departing town on a nice Sunday evening.
RJ Corman's empty ingot train heads north at Central Avenue behind a marvelous consist: 5409 (SD40T-2), 3803 (GP38-2), 5361 (SD40T-2). Nice to see all three units in the traditional RJC red and si... (more)
Ex-LLPX 2015. This odd-ball was leased to the Shenandoah Valley Railroad at one time. Note the extended cab which sticks out beyond the engineer's front window.