A PAL local departs their Oak St. yard to head south.
CSX Q244 heads west on the Texas Subdivision having left Louisville's Osborn yard behind.
A colorful lashup leads CSX Q574 north from Louisville.
Built in May 1963 as L&N 1029 CSX slug 2328 is on its
original owners home rails as it leads Y220 north to interchange with the LIRC and work the Maritine Center in Jefersonville.
NS F9A 4270 and a B unit pulls onto the wye at Youngtown Yard in preparation of coupling onto its
train before departing east after the Kentucky Derby.
While L&N mail and express train number 4 readies for departure, Monon’s number 6 rolls out for Chicago in this Louisville Union Station scene from 1964. Number 4’s power is a motley mix of E6, FP... (more)
CSX Q574 waits for a new crew after traveling north from Nashville with its Mexican leader.
A light set of CSX switchers head south back to Osborn Yard.
With the Louisville skyline as a backdrop Q573 approaches Clagg Tower after crossing the Ohio River
with quite an assortment of power.AC4400CW's 52 and 113 lead RD Slug 2305,GP40-2 6942,SD50-2 24... (more)
Heading to Berea for loads is RJ Corman's aluminum train seen at Frankfort Ave. nearing HK tower.
A former B40-8 now rated as a B20-8 leads a work train north by Central Ave.
A CEFX AC4400CW leads q502 north by Frankfort Ave.
Empty Corman aluminum train Z544 heads east from Louisville as it passes the signals at Frankfort Ave.
Originally Conrail 6040, CSX C40-8 7495 leads
northbound autorack train Q226 by the signals at
Whipps Mill Rd. as it heads towards Cincinnati.
CSX Q502 rolls north up the Shortline as it heads towards Cincinnati.