This was just a few of the Alco's in deadline at the Stockyards. There was many more . 9121 was a S-2
Believe this to be a Class I-5 caboose
Two Phase 1 GP7's sitting in Lang yard. With Grand Trunk power in the back ground. The GTW purchased the N&W's interest in the DTS in 1981. At that time the DTS was dissolved and merged into the G... (more)
I found this train sitting out on the main line with no crew and the train cars cut in several places to not block the road crossings in town. I don't know what was going on either the crew had ... (more)
They had to do some switching which had them come out from behind the closed gate to the plant. This Coke plant was located on Front Street.
Motive power movement of 6 units with a boxcar and caboose heading north to Springfield Oh. on PC track age rights to Cincinnati.
Southern engine terminal
This lash up was sitting at the engine terminal.
Running on the L&N Wilder Branch to the L&N DeCoursey yard.
No the hostler is not dead. They were rolling by me as you can see he got a long lash up to look down.
Still in her PC paint. EX PRR F7A was a rare bird to find for me.
The engineer notches the throttle and pulls a cut of coal cars as he makes up a train to take to Russell Ky.
C&O 8106 is one of the very few U boats to receive this paint scheme. Shown here working one of the many coal truck tipples in the town.