3 of 4 operating locomotives at the Bluegrass Railroad Museum are visible here. Left to right is ICG GP8 7738, nearing the end of her cosmetic restoration that has been occurring over the past 2 y... (more)
Bluegrass Railroad Museum's recently repainted GP8 #7738 poses by a former N&W boxcar in the siding at Tyrone, KY. Many thanks to Joe Nugent and the entire BGRM volunteer crew for the hard work on... (more)
The Bluegrass Railroad Museum's Illinois Central Gulf unit leads their US Army six-axle flatcar and their Monon caboose down the former Southern LL Branch at Milner
The Bluegrass Railroad Museum's Illinois Central Gulf unit, poses at Trackside Farm in Versailles, Kentucky on a beautiful spring night.
The ICG Freight is heading up to the St. Charles Airline.
Picking up orders on the fly, a north bound ICG train hits the diamond at Tolona. ICG 199456, Caboose, at Tolona,IL. 8/04/1982
In the last glowing rays of the day the fresh orange paint of ICG 7738, a Paducah built GP8, glows extra bright. 7738 transformed over the past two years from a rag tag painted donated unit to a s... (more)
EB ICG transfer passes the Council Bluffs station. About a year after this photo was taken, this trackage became short line Chicago Central & Pacific. In 1996, the IC would re-purchase this trac... (more)
ICG Century 636 #1101 idles under the sand tower at Oak Street Yard on a frigid morning. It and its sister Alcos regularly worked between Paducah and Louisville in the Seventies.
A few miles south of the crew change point of McComb, a southbound train passes through the tiny hamlet of Chatawa
Illinois Central Gulf GP8 #7720, a 1977 Paducah rebuild from Frisco GP7 #623, originally built in 1952, left the ICG roster and went to the Atlantic & Gulf Railway
In the days before the Meridian-Shreveport line became the KCS 'Speedway', a westbound ICG freight rocks-and-rolls along the then lightly-trafficked line at Monroe.