A short NS 285 heads east at Clark Station.
NS 23G heads east between Louisville and Danville with distributed power. The "slave unit", as Southern Railway would have called it, is seen here shoving the rear end through Hemp Ridge, KY.
NS 23G heads east through Clark Station.
NS T79 heads east for the Shelbyville mixing center with an appropriately oriented GP38-2 and three racks.
NS 239 has just departed the mixing center in Shelbyville as it heads west at Veechdale.
NS 376 takes the siding at Waddy to meet three westbounds (22A, W75, and 96W). The warbonnet leader is looking a bit ragged but it's always nice to catch them when you can.
NS 376 heads east through Shelbyville with a ragged warbonnet leader. The trestle, which runs along the edge of Shelbyville's "Elmo Head Park", is currently in process of being replaced.
An almost perfect Santa Fe warbonnet leads NS 23G as it heads east between Louisville and Danville on a crisp and cold winter day.
NS 168 approaches Louisville as it heads west over the Pope Lick Trestle.
Local T19 heads west through Waddy with seven cars.
NS 376 holds the main at Waddy during its eastward trip from Louisville to Danville.