The RJ Corman "My Old Kentucky Dinner Train passes the Jim Beam Distillery in Clermont. The original Beam distillery, called Old Tub was founded in 1795 by Jacob Beam. His whiskey was called ... (more)
The 1941 is the much ignored twin in this team because the sun is usually off the nose by the time the train runs. Here, on the lunch train at mid-year, she gets to star as the train is ready to ... (more)
This unit ended up being the rescue unit for the dinner train whose GP-9 was ailing this day. This is an early GP-9. The control stand through me for a loop when I first saw it. Yes that is tha... (more)
RJ Corman’s My Old Kentucky Dinner Train passes the Jim Beam Distillery in Clermont, KY.
It's a crisp fall day and the unit of the other end has failed so a trainman requested a ride to get 9002 at the new distillery. We fired up 9002, got her out on the main and turned the brunch tr... (more)
Ah, the smell of yeast is in the air as RJ Corman’s dinner train passes through a large Jim Beam distillery at the end of aptly named Happy Hollow Road.
Sunrise near the Jim Beam Distillery Kentucky.
RJ Corman's My Old Kentucky Dinner Train led by a pair of ex-Southern FP7s eases through Clermont in the late afternoon sunlight. Once by the photographer, the units will run around ... (more)
My Old Kentucky Home Dinner Train rolls past the Jim Beam Distillery during a Lunch Run.