Rain falls on the Kentucky mountains as the Crooked Hill pushers glide downgrade to retrieve a northbound and shove it up the hill.
CSXT's CC Sub runs 176 miles from the Cincinnati Terminal near Spring Lake to Dortha near Corbin, KY. The railroad cuts thru some rugged mountain area south of Berea, KY, as they cut thru the Dani... (more)
Atlanta,GA bound manifest Q539 works up Crooked Hill at the Hazle Patch intermediates with an ex Seaboard SD50 leading in familiar territory
A trio of EMD standard cabs lug grain loads up Crooked Hill, passing the L&N searchlights at Hazel Patch.
After getting the pushers on at the south end of Perth siding, CSX Q541 starts the climb up Crooked Hill as it splits the L&N styled searchlights at Hazel Patch
As the sun shines down on the community of Hazel Patch, C807 shoves hard on the rear of southbound manifest Q539 as they climb the famed "Crooked Hill" and negotiate the bundle of s cur... (more)
As the sun sets on this section of the former-L&N, southbound manifest Q539 roars up Crooked Hill. The helpers from East Bernstadt are now shoving on the rear, enabling the train to slowly work it... (more)
The helpers from East Bernstadt are shoving hard on the rear of southbound manifest S539 as it assaults the intense curvature and grade that give Crooked Hill its name.
S539 starts to crawl up Crooked Hill with the helpers from East Bernstadt shoving on the rear.
K427 pops out of the tunnel on the former southbound main as it passes by the abandoned tunnel on the former northbound main near Hazel Patch Kentucky on Crooked Hill.
For a brief time, CSX used its remaining four F-units on the short-lived Detroit-Atlanta Roadrailers--a contract service for General Motors. On a rainy day in April 1988, former Clinchfield FP7 11... (more)
Rolling south toward Corbin on the CC Sub with a new Gevo on the point.
CSX 7796 screaches and grinds it way around the sharp bend of Hazel Patch, KY on her trek north on former L&N rails.
W275-12 has his train wrapped around one of Crooked Hill's tight reverse curves as they wait for the helpers to attach on the rear.
The East Burnstadt Hill Helpers dig in on the rear of a SB GALX train.