P&L's odd-ball poses before "the grainery" at Oak Street Yard after working industries around Shively earlier in the evening. The old lady started life as Bay Line 507, a "straight GP39" with no d... (more)
Although they are now slugs two classic GP30 carbodies
lead their trains as they meet at Kentucky Street. Southbound Y129 with the 2262 is of GM&O heritage
while northbound Y155 with the 2328 ha... (more)
Westbound through Buechel - the appropriate unit leads.
A former GM&O GP30 now working for CSX as a slug leads Y129 south for Osborn yard.
While an old building gets demolished the PAL transfer job heads for the CSX.
LIRC 1802 and 1801 approach the lift span on the former PRR bridge as they head south across the Ohio River with a transfer cut for Louisville. And yes, the descent toward the lift span really is ... (more)
NS 77J pulls onto the former K&IT bridge at DI Tower as it departs Louisville's Youngtown yard with the Reading heritage unit in command. Thanks to Joe Vittitoe who suggested documenting them at t... (more)
The Wabash heritage unit leads NS 111 eastbound through Buechel on the Louisville District.
The Paducah and Louisville transfer job is headed for CSX’s Osborn Yard and is seen crossing over Ottawa Ave and Under the FX signal bridge on the CSX. A lot has changed since this picture was t... (more)
The Reading heritage unit heads west through Louisville with empties from KU's Brown Plant. After a quick crew change at Youngtown yard the train will be on its way to southern Indiana for another... (more)
A small boy and his father enthusiastically watch GP38-2 No. 3806 move cars as RJ Corman’s local switches the Water Street lead in Louisville, Kentucky, on August 10, 2012.
A southbound LIRC transfer job crosses the dam at the Falls of the Ohio as heads for Louisville.
CSX 1133 and 1134 leading nine cars for the Pillsbury plant in New Albany is on NS rails as it begins to cross the Ohio River into Indiana.
This is the interior of L&N's Shop 17--the running repair facility built for diesels at its South Louisville Shops complex. Two F7As--824 and 811, coupled--are in for traction motor attention. In ... (more)
With late day sun shining in the crews face CSX
southbound autorack train Q207 rolls along Frankfort Ave. as they near Osborn Yard.