This Plymouth industrial locomotive served the Koppers railroad tie plant in Gutrie, KY, for many years but has now been retired. In September 2017 it was moved to its present location in Guthrie... (more)
RJ Corman GP9 #9004 at Guthrie, KY || Sept 1985
RJ Corman GP38 7681 and GP38-2 3813 sit on the site of the shop building destroyed by fire in October. The three units also destroyed in the fire sit waiting to be scraped after having all usable... (more)
This former L&N locomotive is working the big tie treatment plant just east of the main line, moving gons of treated and untreated timbers.
The three RJ Corman locomotives destroyed by fire on 10/5 have been detrucked and moved for salvage and scrapping. From left to right are 7918, 3814, and 1605. The 1605 had just been painted in ... (more)
The track and concrete footprint are all that remain of the RJ Corman locomotive shop in Guthrie, KY after being destroyed by fire on 10/5/2014. The 3 locomotives are still in the same spot they w... (more)
The track and concrete footprint are all that remain of the RJ Corman locomotive shop in Guthrie, KY after being destroyed by fire on 10/5/2014. The 3 locomotives are still in the same spot they ... (more)
Trailing two gons and an interesting kitbashing project this aging unit is switching the tie plant where two L&N lines used to cross before someone figured out that the Memphis line bypassed a big... (more)
Storm Clouds pass over as R.J. Corman GP38 #7681 sets outside the Shops at Guthrie
Another former Chessie System unit. Check out that huge horn.
My better half was working away at the Dave Ramsey course in Brentwood, staying in a nice hotel and yours truly was out and about.
The days work is about complete, place the 1739 inside the building for a wash and the crew can call it a day.
RJ Corman's My Old Kentucky Dinner Train sits outside the shop building in Guthrie, KY