A BNSF warbonnet leads a NS rack train west into Louisville where it will transfer its cars over to CSX.
Built for the BN as their 7230 now NS 3582 leads T79 east for the Shelbyville mixing center.
Local T79 heads west between Shelbyville and Louisville with two former SOU GP38-2's on a perfect winter evening.
A pair of SD40-2's leads T79 east as they charge the grade near Fisherville. The 3506 was originally built in 1974 as Milwaukee Road 202.
After working the Shelbyville mixing center NS T79 races back to Louisville with B23-7 up front.
Local T79 heads west between Shelbyville and Louisville behind a road-slug, GP40-2 (3072), and two former SOU GP38-2's (5198, 5195).
Norfolk Southern's New York Central heritage unit leads a short train of autoracks back to Louisville from the mixing center at Shelbyville.
After spending several weeks in the coal fields of southwestern Indiana the NYC heritage unit leads T79 west for Louisville.
NS T79 storms Buechel Hill heading east as its B32-8
runs Southern style.
After meeting westbound 239 NS T79 departs the siding at Tucker and heads for Shelbyville.
NS GP38-2 5130 leads westbound autoracks as it nears Louisville.
NS T79 heads east for the Shelbyville mixing center with an appropriately oriented GP38-2 and three racks.
Local T79 heads east at Virginia Avenue.
Ex. Conrail SD70 2560 runs light back to the NS after
delivering autoracks to CSX as their Z471.The University
of Louisville's Papa John's Cardinal Stadium stands on the site of what was the L&N... (more)
Eastbound over the Pope Lick Trestle.