Corman's empty aluminum train heads east for home rails as it kicks up a powdery snow.
RJ Corman ingot empties approach home rails at Anchorage as they head north through "Whipps Mill" on the CSX LCL Sub.
RJC ingot empties head north on the CSX LCL Sub behind a sharp looking trio of SD40's. A few miles from here at Anchorage the train will return to RJC rails on the former L&N Old Road.
RJC ingot empties pass through St. Matthews on the CSX LCL Sub. At Anchorage the train will return to home rails on the former L&N Old Road.
Heading to Berea for loads is RJ Corman's aluminum train seen at Frankfort Ave. nearing HK tower.
Heading to Berea for loads is RJ Corman's aluminum train seen at Ford, KY on the CC sub.
Now on home rails the empty Corman aluminum train
has just passed HK as in heads east,railroad south for another load.
Empty Corman aluminum train Z544 heads east from Louisville as it passes the signals at Frankfort Ave.
With summer temperatures in the 80's spring is well ahead of itself as the empty Corman aluminum train
heads for home rails a few miles from here at HK.
R.J. Corman's empty aluminum train heads east from Louisville.
Cormans empty aluminum train heads east along Frankfort Ave. for another load.
R.J. Cormans empty aluminum train passes through the
University of Louisville's backyard as it heads back to its own track.
R.J. Cormans empty aluminum train leaves Osborn yard
as it heads north then south for its own track.
RJ Corman's empty ingot train heads north at Central Avenue behind a marvelous consist: 5409 (SD40T-2), 3803 (GP38-2), 5361 (SD40T-2). Nice to see all three units in the traditional RJC red and si... (more)