RJ Corman FP7's lead the dinner train west by Deatsville Ky.
on a beautiful Spring evening.
After making a delivery and pickup with CSX at Bardstown Jct. an R J Corman train heads back to Bardstown.
R.J. Corman's Bardstown Dinner Train heads west on what was once the L&N's Bardstown Branch and the long abandoned T.W. Samuels Distillery and L&N depot.
Some severe afternoon thunderstorms have cleared up, setting a dramatic background for the evening run of the R.J. Corman Bardstown Dinner Train as it ambles west through Deatsville. The buildings... (more)
A snowy Saturday in the Bluegrass State and RJ Corman's "Old Kentucky Dinner Train" is taking lunch guests through a winter wonderland near Deatsville, KY. The red-and-silver tuxedo livery looks ... (more)
The RJ Corman dinner train heads south between Clermont and Deatsvilles with a sharp looking high-nosed GP9 in command. Clearing this scene required about 30 minutes of work while I thrashed away ... (more)
One of the classiest dinner trains around is making its leisurely way through the bucolic scenery of central Kentucky, Nelson County, the bourbon capital of the world as attested to by the old dis... (more)
RJ Corman's F-units lead the My Old Kentucky Dinner Train through the quaint community of Deatsville as they make their way from Bardstown to Clermont.
The dinner train passes an old factory, depot, and caboose on display at Deatsville. RP contributor John Higginson of Alabama grabs a shot by the station.
R.J. Corman's My Old Kentucky Dinner Train rolls through Deatsville, KY
RJ Corman's My Old Kentucky Dinner Train rolls northbound through Deatsville, KY with two FP7s leading five cars.
NB Dinner Train with ex SOU cab units