T131 rolls south past the L&N searchlights at the south end of the siding in Barbourville. This train is bound for Loyall, and eventually Lynch, Kentucky up the Poor Fork Branch.
Southbound empty hoppers roll out of Barbourville at sunset, bound for Whipple Mine on the CV Sub.
One of the L&N Railroad's notable "Big Emma" 2-8-4s, Baldwin M-1 class 1964, appears clean and freshly painted in this 1954 view at Barbourville, KY. The train is approaching the Cumberl... (more)
In the hole for a meet with an empty coal train
L&N 158 with a ballast train at Barbourville, KY in 1971.
CV Local scoots along northbound with a classic GE team.
Early "stealth"---L&N's all gray dip--necessary to get power out of the paint booth faster and back on the road to ease its motive power shortage.
The daily Loyall Turn splits the signals and holds the CV main at the north end of Barbourville passing siding on his SB trip to Loyall.
It's only day one of the Clinchfield curfew and trains are already backing up. NB U352 passes NB U356-29 waiting in the hole for tracktime on the KD south of Corbin.
A Clinchfield SD40 leads two SD45-2s handling empty hoppers on L&N's CV sub. K64, Yashica TL Electro-X.
TVAX mtys for Wen-Lar winds through the big curve at Barbourville on the CV Subdivision.