Sequentially numbered SD40E's 6328 and 6329 lead NS local T77 west over the Pope Lick trestle.
NS 172 crosses the famous Pope Lick Trestle
With the Pennsylvania Heritage unit up front NS 223 heads east for Danville before heading south to Atlanta.
An empty coal train with a locomotive on each end crosses Pope Lick Trestle on the outskirts of Louisville. The trestle was built by the Southern Railway to span Pope Lick Creek on the mainline be... (more)
In service for only about two weeks Progress Rail built SD70ACe 1175 leads NS 111 east for Danville then points south.
UP's D&RGW-painted SD70ACe 1989 leads Norfolk Southern intermodal train 223 downgrade after meeting NS 375 at Tucker. The locomotive had ping-ponged back and forth through the area in the past wee... (more)
A NS Dash 8 leads 224 west as it nears Louisville.
The NS Monongahela heritage unit is the DPU as 23G heads east.
The former BN 9208 now owned by the NS leads 112 west as it nears Louisville.
Amtrak's Phase I "Bloody Nose" heritage unit makes a rare appearance on the Pope Lick Trestle pulling NS train 951, the AAPRCO convention special. The foam around the bottom of the the ... (more)
Built for the BN as their 7230 now NS 3582 leads T79 east for the Shelbyville mixing center.
Eastbound NS 61R with the Interstate heritage unit in charge crosses Pope Lick trestle just east of Louisville.
On a rainy Sunday afternoon eastbound NS OCS #956 passes through Clarks Station which is just outside the Louisville area. The OCS had been in town and used as a hotel for railroad executives and ... (more)
Local T79 heads west between Shelbyville and Louisville with two former SOU GP38-2's on a perfect winter evening.
A pair of SD40-2's leads T79 east as they charge the grade near Fisherville. The 3506 was originally built in 1974 as Milwaukee Road 202.