CSX Y220 runs light past the long abandoned PRR/B&O Watson tower. The tower was built in 1941 by the PRR to serve the Charlestown ammunition depot.
The first snow of the season falls on southern Indiana as
LIRC's 2001 leads a northbound local job by Underwood.
A westbound NS train with a Southern painted GP50 and two GP30's take the siding at Tucker to meet an eastbound.
A couple of B&O classics set outside of the Western Scenic Railroad Museum.
A Southern B30-7A wearing white flags leads a westbound rack train into Louisville.
Kentucky Railway Museum volunteers prepare the 152 for a ferry move over the CSX to run excursions that weekend over the Bardstown Branch.
Built in November 1971 for the N&W today NS 4148 is only one of three GP38AC's that survive today on the roster. Here the 4148 leads a one car work train east towards Shelbyville Ky.
The Interstate heritage unit leads 23G east.
Having just left Osborn yard a southbound local is lead by a pair of B40-8's by Brooks.
With the last rays of autumn light CSX Y129 waits for a new crew as it sits on the Nabb branch to head back to Osborn yard.
After a fuel stop just north of Danville one of the hottest trains on the NS is lead by the Veterans unit as it heads
LIRC's 2004 and 2003 lead the northbound JS1 back to Jeff Yard after making its pick up from the NS in Louisville.
A southbound light power move heads across the river to pick up a cut of cars from the NS.
With autumn now at its peak a BNSF GE leads a westbound NS train by New Albany.
A NS GP60 leads a work train west up Duncan Hill.