Derailment of a DKPX loaded coal train at the south end of Loyall yard as a result of trespassers throwing a switch under a moving train.
CSXT geometry car sits just south of the Loyall Yard near the Baxter crossing on a cold January day.
A profile of the brawny C420, the bell on the nose a nice touch.
This EMD product is in the minority, surrounded by Alcos.
L&N 954 waits for work.
Out on the main by the old tower
Ex-Monon 1321 looks good in this lettering scheme.
A set of power creaks by.
957 sits in the house.
The summer of '78 produced this scene. 1331 migrated from the Monon to work the coal lines.
CSX 282 South heads for the Lynch mine complex at Cumberland, seen here passing the tower at Baxter.
One of the first order. I still like the gyralites.
One of the first order of these units.
Consist with a classic this NB caboose hop accelerates out of the yard to pick up a "rock run". Note the SCL caboose.
Alco C420s populate the engine terminal at Loyall, KY. These 2000 horsepower units had only recently starting replacing venerable RS3s on the L&N's eastern Kentucky coal lines.