9009, now a R/C loco snoozes the night away until her next assignment switching the ingot train around Novelous in Berea, KY.
A view never available before... The US25 bypass from I-75 to US25 is now open, and provides a great view of RJ Corman's operations at "Big Al" in Berea, KY. The CSX main lies to the right of the ... (more)
Up close and personal with the front axle of a SD40T-2.
RJ Corman 5361 and 3804 bask in the sunrise early this November Day.
Several generations of EMD power are used by RJ Corman. 9009 is a remote equipped GP9 that is normally working Alcan in Berea. 3804 is a "new" GP38-2, and 7895 is a SD40-2R of UP heritage.
CSX's 7813 gives her best impression of an ALCO as she is notched up heading north and leaving the rain behind.
RJ Corman 3801, a recently rebuilt GP38-2 sits with her sister on a moonlit night on the Alcan siding next to the CSX main in Berea, KY. The two have just brought in empty flats to be loaded with ... (more)
The engineer of Corman 9009 brings his remote controlled train to a stop so he can throw the switch and run back around the cars he just pulled out.
The sun is up just enough to reflect off of RJ Corman 5361 as she sits on the Berea siding.
Thanks to a CSX Track Curfuew a late empty, now early loaded ingot train heads north
Looks like the Crayola Special
Pulling a long line of empty coal hoppers throught the mountains
Passing the switch to the Sinks Tunnel
CSX with lightning bolt
A closer look at the variety of power on Q537 passing through Berea, KY