The empty Corman sand train nears Shelbyville about to duck under Hwy. 55.
The northbound Corman empty sand train hustles
RJC SD40-2 3944 leads the sand train east by MP 5
through the east end suburbs of Louisville on a beautiful
A former UP SD40-2 now RJ Corman hustles southbound
loaded aluminum train K562 on the CSX Louisville to Nashville main.
Loaded RJ Corman aluminum train K562 makes a rare
daylight move south across the Salt River at Shepardsville while some Canadian Geese enjoy a shallow part of the river.
RJ Corman SD40-2 #3944 along with 2 SD40T-2's sit awaiting the next loaded sand train while GP16 #1607 sits deeper in the yard awaiting its next call for local duty in Louisville.
RJ Corman SD 40-2's passing Civil War era buildings in the historic district of Midway at 23:32.
K562 Heads north to Osbourne yard with yard job Y260's crew in charge!!!
Train sits idle while the outlawed crew waits for the caller/runner to haul them to Louisville
The vast majority of RJC's Central Kentucky Lines power at Lexington Yard.