Kentucky Railway Museums L&N 152 leads a ferry move south for Bardstown where that weekend it and the Monon BL2 would lead excursions over the Bardstown Branch. Today the Bardstown Branch is opera... (more)
The BGRM's restored Illinois Central Gulf GP8 7738 crosses Steele Road near the west switch of Milner Siding, headed back to Versailles after a trip out to Young's High Bridge.
RJ Corman FP7's lead the dinner train west by Deatsville Ky.
on a beautiful Spring evening.
With hungry patrons on board the Corman dinner train heads west through the central Kentucky countryside with their FP7's in charge.
K&T Alco S2 102, the last remaining locomotive on the roster from when the K&T dieselized in the 1960's, brings a short 2 car passenger train over the bridge at Blue Heron.
With beautiful Kentucky Fall colors showing, the RJ Corman Dinner Train runs along a stretch of track about 10 minutes outside Bardstown. It is seen here coming up a small grade and passing a rura... (more)
A cosmetically restored ex-C&NW EMD E8, now in Louisville & Nashville colors, sits at the L&N Railpark Museum in Bowling Green, as a model train show brings a crowd to the museum.
A run of the mill commuter train passing in the night was not a common scene on the Southern Railway's LL Branch, in fact a passenger train would have been an oddity after the Great Depression. S... (more)
With beautiful Kentucky Fall colors showing, the RJ Corman Dinner Train runs along a stretch of track about 15 minutes outside Bardstown. It is seen here passing the rural Nelson County farm fiel... (more)
An appropriately colored scheme to be leading a train to the trackside pumpkin patch. ICG 7738 powers through Milner, KY roughly halfway along the Bluegrass Railroad Museums 5.5 miles of former So... (more)
The RJ Corman Lexington Dinner Train sits in the glass barn depot in Rupp Yard as the ELxington skyline and the famous Rupp Arena loom in the background
The RJ Corman Lexington Dinner Train crosses the Elkchester Trestle on the former Southern LL Branch near the Fayette/Woodford County line
It's just after 5 PM as Corman's FP7's lead another dinner train west out of Bardstown.
In what may be considered a work in progress KRM's Saturday afternoon excursion train heads back to New Haven with a former Reading GP7 in command. Volunteers
are presently in the process of rest... (more)
A friendly wave is given by one of the crew as BGRM's Sunday afternoon excursion heads west by Milner Ky.