RJ Corman's "Old Kentucky Dinner Train" approaches Coral Ridge near Brooks, KY on the former L&N Main Line on a cold, snowy day. The trainset was on a ferry move from its base in Bardstown over t... (more)
RJ Corman's "Old Kentucky Dinner Train" encounters a rock slide just past the tunnel at Eastwood. The alert crew brought the train to a safe stop well short of the slide. Photo taken from railro... (more)
R.J.Cormans Bardstown Ky. Dinner Train consist makes a run for Lexington on a cold a dreary day.
R.J. Cormans dinner train is only a few feet from its home trackage as it pulls off the CSX main.The train and
some additional cars were used this past weekend for a Kentucky Derby special.
R.J. Cormans dinner train heads down the CSX main
nearing Bardstown Jct. after a weekend of it serving as a Kentucky Derby special.
R.J. Cormans FP7's leads a passenger car move west as
it nears Shelbyville.
A Corman passenger car move rolls through Kentucky's
capital city of Frankfort as it heads west and eventually
Big Brown had just won the 134th running of the Kentucky Derby and R.J.Corman and his guest are
heading home.Built in 1950 as Southern Railway 6138
and 6141 the now Corman FP7's lead its train t... (more)
RJ Corman's My Old Kentucky Dinner Train sits outside the shop building in Guthrie, KY
The rain stopped long enough to get a shot of the visiting F units from Bardstown. Thanks to Chad Zolman for helping with the lighting.
With late afternoon sun highlighting its classic bulldog nose, RJ Corman FP7 #1941 clears the Kentucky River bridge into West Frankfort as the train returns to Bardstown, KY.
In the aftermath of the Ice Storm of 2009, RJ Corman's dinner trainset pulls into historic Midway en route to Frankfort on a VIP charter.
My Old Kentucky Dinner Train pulls out of Osborne Yard and heads to pick up passengers leaving the Kentucky Derby.
The RJC My Old Kentucky Dinner Train consist is in Lexington for several charters.
the RJ Corman Kentcuky Derby special rounds a curve as it approaches Solite