After working the Shelbyville mixing center NS T79 races back to Louisville with B23-7 up front.
Kentucky & Indiana Terminal 1000-hp Fairbanks-Morse H-10-44's, including No.s 55 and 59, have tied up for the day on July 14, 1961 at Louisville, Ky. [The Southern Ry. bay window caboose... (more)
Northbound out of Louisville on the LCL Subdivision with a pair of UP units and a few inches of snow from the night before.
A westbound NS train with a Southern painted GP50 and two GP30's take the siding at Tucker to meet an eastbound.
A Southern B30-7A wearing white flags leads a westbound rack train into Louisville.
Kentucky Railway Museum volunteers prepare the 152 for a ferry move over the CSX to run excursions that weekend over the Bardstown Branch.
Two days after the P&L's 10/29/12 derailment at West Point, KY, a detour train passes through Central Avenue on its way into Osborn Yard. The ill fated detour was intended to run via the CSX "Texa... (more)
A southbound light power move heads across the river to pick up a cut of cars from the NS.
Old meets new at Oak Street Yard... A recently acquired P&L SD70MAC soaks up the morning sun in Louisville while Consolidated Grain, a fixture here for decades, looms in the background. A special ... (more)
A CSX GP15 leads a light power move south across the Ohio River.
The grand old Union Station in Louisville KY no longer has any tracks leading up to its head house. In fact, there's a bus maintenance lot behind her and she is the local city bus service's headqu... (more)
The Conrail heritage unit leads a Georgia Power bound coal train into Louisville after crossing the Ohio River
The abandoned Big Four Bridge over the Ohio River in Louisville has been re-purposed as a pedestrian bridge (I'm guessing one of the sturdiest ones out there).
RJ Corman's sand train loads up at Nugent Sand in Louisville, preparing for another run down to Lexington.
A Paducah & Louisville GP38-2 and GP38M-2 switch a cut of cement hoppers in front of the towering CG&B Grain Elevator at Oak Street Yard near downtown Louisville.