A southbound coal train with a nicely matched set of one of my favorite modern images. Photo by Jim Satterwhite. From my collection.
Still possessing the rotating light and renumbered with a stencil this unit is sitting across from the old depot. Photo by Dave Petke, from my collection.
Looks like the yard crew is switching a little company fuel or such with two of my favorite EMDs.
Last "straight" 39 bought by C&O, the rest were -2 merger acquisitions.
A former Chessie unit that just came in on train 214 in glorious stealth.
A Florida bound phosphate train sits in Corbin Yard waiting on a crew.
Come on, who doesn't like gyralites, Mars Lights, etc.? Hearing that roar in a deep Georgia night and watching that light sweeping the landscape will make you a believer.
April Fool's Day and Mother Nature did it. Just as I was about to leave the sun came out! At the filth was magnificent. This train is preparing to go south with a unit coal train.
Somewhere east of town the Lynch Turn is coming home.
Too bad they couldn't just put new guts in these as they did on SD45s. Retired and destined for razor blades, this one sits awaiting transport.
You ain't kidding me, it came down from somewhere high up to butcher up L&N to the max when CSX came in. Two years later many Chessie units were looking almost pristine and the "Old Reliable... (more)
After meeting a northbound this coal train has gotten a light at the south end of double track.
Louisville & Nashville C420 1325 works in the yard in Corbin, Kentucky. The Alco started life as Monon 508.
A GP38-2 leads a southbound at Corbin Ky.