After making a water stop in Bagdad, RJCC 2008 continues its eastward journey across the Bluegrass State.
Rick Corman's chase vehicle is seen above his newest "toy." Thanks to RJC for bringing mainline steam back to central Kentucky!
Hey Rick, can you make that arial video available to the public... (more)
RJ's QJ is seen on its inaugural revenue run through the beautiful Kentucky landscape.
Ol' Smokey has just sprinted through the first of two tunnels on the old road.
The sun may be shining, but a blizzard warning is in still in effect. 12-15" of snow fell throughout the Ohio Valley & has brought most auto traffic to a stand-still. This doesn't stop today's Ro... (more)
Lewis Hicks, a volunteer from the Kentucky Railway Museum, prepares R.J. Corman's QJ steam locomotive for service. Lewis & others from KRM / RJC are working to have her ready to go before the end... (more)
NS 8322 splits away from the IORY Oasis subdivision and rolls under Norfolk Southern's Hyde Park branch. This is the first time I've seen a class 1 locomotive running without ditch lights in seve... (more)
It's been a rough start for Q340 today. After leaving Cincinnati, the detector at Stockton found a hot axel 4,000+ ft back - last car on the train! The conductor braved the elements to find noth... (more)
A Santa Fe CF-7, now owned by the Kentucky Railway Museum, pulls south towards New Haven.
A member of the 152 engine crew rings the bell as the train aproaches Howardstown Road. Thanks to all of the KRM volunteers who made this trip possible!
The moon nicely compliments the 152 as it nears the end of its final trip of 2007. My many thanks to the Kentucky Railway Museum for putting on a fantastic show!
This Southern Belle makes an outstanding Cincinnati debut. God bless Michael Haverty!
611 is a beautiful sight resting outside the former Norfolk & Western shops.
Indiana & Ohio train # 400 traverses over this NS westbound.
An eastbound coal drag departs Russel as it passes under the Ohio River bridges for US 60.