Louisville & Nashville EMD SD40-2's 3561, 3581 and 3569 at Mableton near Atlanta, Georgia.
Cumberland Furnace was a major producer of iron from the 1790's until its last gasp in 1942. The iron mines and furnaces here supplied much of the iron used by the US in the war of 1812.
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L&N 4091 leads a manifest freight north through South Hammond on the former Monon line in 1973.
Louisville & Nashville GP7 391 heads up a short freight passing Thorton tower, south of Dolton, IL. The locomotive and the trackage are both former Chicago & Eastern Illinois property.
Louisville & Nashville trains 3 and 4, the Chicago-Danville Flyer, were inherited from the Chicago & Eastern Illinois when the L&N and MP split up the C&EI, and on this day the locomotive was ex-C... (more)
A privately owned Alco FA2, former Louisville & Nashville NO. 309, is undergoing a complete restoration to operation at SMS's Paulsboro facility in NJ. Fellow RP contributor, Ron Flanary, has a p... (more)
This beautifully restored locomotive, unfortunately, didn't last long. It derailed and turned over in 2010. Word is, another item once kept at "Secret City" is going to Central FL and ... (more)
On September 21, 2017, the Lousiville & Nashville Historical Society held a night photo session with L&N No. 2132 in downtown Corbin, Kentucky. I was contracted to provide the lighting for the sho... (more)
Two Louisville & Nashville 3000-horsepower GE’s haul a coal train at Frankfort, Kentucky. I can’t identify the exact location using Google Maps, any additional information is requested.
A Louisville & Nashville SD40/SD40-2 duo, both in Family Lines paint idle at Loyall, Kentucky.
Two Louisville & Nashville C420’s are at the end of a power lineup waiting to go to work at Loyall, Kentucky.
While Loyall, Kentucky was best known for its concentration of Louisville & Nashville Alco’s, there was also a good deal of GE and EMD power to be found there. Here a U23B/U25B pair works its way ... (more)
A cosmetically restored former L&N boxcar (built in Sept. 1965) is displayed on the turntable at the Huntsville Depot & Museum in downtown Huntsville, AL.
A "Georgian" coach will be on tonight's southbound "Humming Bird"