This is for all my other friends who are devotees of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad--swallowed into CSX many years ago, along with my beloved Louisville & Nashville, and a host of other pre-merger... (more)
CSX Q511 with the 7777 rolls past U of L's Cardinal Stadium
as it heads for Osborn Yard.
With the PGA Championship being played at the nearby
Valhalla golf course a special BNSF passenger train consisting of sixteen cars remains parked on the RJ Corman
track while its guests enjoy ... (more)
In its final weeks wearing Southern paint GP38-2 5108 works the Whitner yard.
Built in 1984 as EMDX 2 before serving Conrail the now CSX SD60 8711 leads Q242 north from Louisville's Osborn Yard.
Southern 2-10-4 #610, cylinder cocks open, departs the North Wye at K&IT’s Youngtown Yard on 6-10-78. The former T&P locomotive is taking an excursion train from Louisville to Danville, KY on a t... (more)
Louisville & Indiana duo 2003 and 2871 set off cars on the Norfolk Southern interchange tracks along Louisville’s river front.
I was happy to be newly located in the area and to catch this early paint scheme, already unusual, on the equally unusual lightweight U-boat. This are nearly my favorite modern units. Their dist... (more)
In town for the Kentucky Derby and split in two to fit on the stub tracks at Norfolk Southern's Louisville Terminal, the OCS waits for the biggest two minutes in sports and an eventual return trip... (more)
Louisville & Nashville Alco FA-2 #311.
CSX Q207 approaches Osborn Yard as it rolls south through MN interlocking during last light. The track in the foreground is the RJC Water Street Lead.
PAL 2012, painted for the UK Wildcats, poses in front of the yard office at Louisville on a perfect May afternoon. The special scheme commemorates the University of Kentucky Wildcats' 2012 victory... (more)
Muncie built SD70ACe's in route to Progress-Mayfield for additional work. Seen here at the P&L yard in Louisville after interchange from NS. BNSF 8504, 8500, 8503, 8502, 8501, 8505.
LIRC's southbound JS1 job crosses the Ohio River to interchange cars with the NS.
PAL 2110 along with 6 other engines pulls an empty coal train in Louisville, Ky.