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)
Getting a bath before getting a paint job. This was on of the first locomotives at the start of an empire. Here a worker is pressure washing the unit. After that it was stripped with MEK and p... (more)
RJ Corman SW1200 1265 rests in Bardstown, KY on a warm summer Sunday morning. This engine was built for Missouri Pacific and spent a chunk of its career serving for Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel befor... (more)
The lines of an F-unit are unmistakable, as seen here in Bardstown, KY, where RJ Corman 1940 and 1941 operate on the My Old Kentucky Dinner Train. The 1940 is ex-SOU 6141 and was numbered 3... (more)
On a warm summer day in central Kentucky, RJ Corman FP7s 1941 and 1940 are tied down in Bardstown, a few feet from the My Old Kentucky Home Dinner Train. The duo was originally built for So... (more)
R.J. Corman's sharp looking pair of former Southern Railway FP7s sit outside the Bardstown depot on a beautiful May morning. The two power the "My Old Kentucky Dinner Train" excursions, and contin... (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)
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 rur... (more)
Shut down for the night, RJ Corman FP7 1941 and GP9 9002 rest quietly at Bardstown. In the new day, 1941 will lead the Dinner Train and 9002 will tend to the freight service on the Bardstown line... (more)
It's just after 5 PM as Corman's FP7's lead another dinner train west out of Bardstown.
A former Chessie System unit at rest on a new operation.
You got to get up pretty early in the morning to get this shot. Actually you do as the dinner train faces northeast so 1940 in this location doesn't get her due. IMHO, one of the finest three ca... (more)
Corman's GP9 9002 waits to move more freight and FP7
1941 passengers for the dinner train at Bardstown.
Decided to make a little run down to Bardstown today looking for some dinner train activity. It wasn't running, but I was treated with FP7 #1941 basking in perfect evening sunlight.
This ex-C&O geep was one of the first units acquired by what is now a shortline empire.