Three lite engines speed down the KD Sub on a bright and sunny November morning. The engines are on their way to the big Kopper Glo mine to load mtys left under the concrete silo before the holid... (more)
CSX 261 is on the point of southbound LAKX loads as they hustle down the KD Subdivision at Johnny Hollow just south of Rockholds, KY.
NS 375 rumbles along down former CNO&TP trackage passing the site of the old Corinth passenger station on a perfect day for photography. Not a cloud to be seen for miles.
A former Conrail Big Blue GE leads a colorful mix of motive power on the point of SB 175 including UP, BNSF and NS units.
NS 375 makes a bee line for Danville Yard with a crew on short time. The train is passing through Georgetown, Ky on a cool November afternoon.
A CSX ballast sweeper works the No.1 KD main south of Corbin near Woodbine. The MOW crews had the entire subdivision tied up all afternoon.
Two big GE AC's are in full dynamics as they hold 95 Georgia Power mtys in check droping downgrade through a deep cut at Trapp on the way south to Ravenna Yard. Northbounds pulling upgrade put on... (more)
CSX 173 leads a TVA Bull Run unit train into Ravenna Yard for a crew change. After stopping, the consist spent exactly 8 minutes in town before the new crew had her rolling south toward Hazard.
CSX 331 and a sister unit wraps 95 Georgia Power loads out of Leatherwood through the reverse curves and upgrade at Cressy, KY. Less than a mile ahead is the famous Red River Viaduct.
Lucky number 7 takes Georgia Power hoppers up river toward Hazard Yard. Number 7's destination today is the big loadout at Typo, KY just north of Hazard.
N258-10 hustles Georgia Power mtys toward Ravenna Yard along the EK Sub in Eastern Kentucky. In the background is the once busy SouthEast Coal Company Central Prep Plant at Calla.
A northbound OUCX hopper train holds up south of Corbin in the early morning fog until the yardmaster can clear a track for him. Coal business is good these days!
BNSF power leads an mty Kentucky Utilities hopper train down Sloan siding for a meet with northbound loads out of Ravenna on the busy EK Subdivision.
A single southbound hopper train sits on the main at recently downgraded Ravenna Yard. Once jam-packed with hoppers, Ravenna now sports only 4 yard tracks and the main, enough to make a railfan c... (more)
CSX 371 leads mty hoppers around the south leg of the EK wye. Wonder why the crews have always called this the "Graveyard"? Some headstones date back to 1902.