CSX S574-03 splits the CPL signal masts at Pierceville as it heads down the former Baltimore and Ohio mainline with a Warbonnet leader
CSX S574-03 gets back up to track speed as it splits the CPL signals at the west end of Osgood with the Warbonnet leader
CSX S574-03 breaks the silence in the small village of Butlerville as the battered and beaten Warbonnet leads the 8000 foot train through the east end of the siding and by the old Baltimore and Oh... (more)
CSX S574 splits the former Baltimore & Ohio CPL signal masts in Dabney, on the Indiana Subdivision with a former ATSF Warbonnet leading
CSX Q542 passes by the calm pond at the Ryland Lakes Country Club as it heads towards the Queen City
The Franklin Minerals Crab Orchard to Rockwood turn makes its return visit to Daysville, Tennessee as it brings a fresh set of cars from the NS interchange yard back to the facility in Crab Orchar... (more)
A former Southern B23-7 leads the Friday version of the Franklin Industrial local to Rockwood across First Trestle on the former Tennessee Central under the bright morning Tennessee sun
The tri-weekly Rockwood turn departs homebase of Crab Orchard as they bring 15 cars toward its destination of the NS interchange in Rockwood
The RJ Corman and University of Kentucky Men's Basketball team's "Big Blue Caravan", named for the statewide tour the team has done all over the state, arrives in Midway for a 2 hour sto... (more)
With the UK Men's Basketball team aboard and a pair of Geeps at both ends, a short RJ Corman passenger train splits the town of Midway as it passes a small Chevy Corvette meetup downtown.
The U... (more)
NS 123 leans into the S-curve at the south end of Lexington Yard as a beaten and battered Savannah & Atlanta heritage unit gets the long train out of the 10mph slow order.
NS 148, with a brand new AC44C6M leading, crosses the Cumberland River Bridge in Burnside as it heads north toward the Queen City
CSX X210 curves through the farm fields of Sparta as it follows close behind CSX Q505 toward Louisville
CSX Q505-02 slowly rolls down the center of Main Street in downtown La Grange with a freshly painted GE leading into the golden setting sun toward Louisville