L&N 781 and 773 (E7 and E6) await the next passenger train at Louisville. There were always two "protect" units stationed here.
This was taken on August 5, 1968 at the 10th Street "Roundhouse" serving Louisville Union Station. The units on the left have brought the southbound Pan-American in this day, and the two... (more)
Conrail operator Dan Colglazier gives permission to Conrail YSJE to cross the Ohio River liftbridge from Jeffersonville, Indiana to Louisville. Today, this tower is still open, but owned by the L... (more)
Three CSX geeps power a manifest for the Louisville & Indiana Railroad across the Ohio River on the large Fourteenth Street Bridge that connects Louisville,KY to Clarksville,IN in the last light o... (more)
An unusual and eclectic mixture leads this southbound local train.
PAL's University of Kentucky painted 70MAC leads empties away from the LG&E power as it heads back to the mines for another load.
Southbound train departing Osborn Yard with an odd mix of power.
Switching the yard. The other side was uploaded earlier.
Originally delivered wearing standard YN3 colors from the factory during 2003, CSX SD70MAC #4771 was repainted during early 2013 and was among the first of its type to receive the "How Tomor... (more)
One of the eighteen left white faced NS units leads 223 east away form Louisville.
Pennsy's Chicago-Miami "South Wind," train 93, backs into Louisville Union Station after a morning run down from the Windy City. After the train's two Pennsy E8s are watered, the train w... (more)
This unit started out on L&N and was fortunate enough to stay home moving cars around the big yard and its environs.
PAL's LG3 heads south for a coal refill.
One of the shortest lived railroad companies of all times was Seaboard System. It lasted from the end of 1982 until the summer of 1986, when it was folded into CSX Transportation---just three and ... (more)