The Midwest visits the Bluegrass State as two Kansas City Southern Belles lead CSX train Q217 across Bridge 40 high above Banklick Creek in Independence, KY. Once creating the hill at Walton, the ... (more)
Q241 catches the last rays of light on a winter evening in Independence, KY.
CSX manifest Q560 drifts downhill across massive Bridge 40 in Independence, KY. Northbound trains in daylight on the LCL has become a rare occurrence since CSX began directional running between Ci... (more)
On a beautiful summer morning, J767 crosses the massive trestle at Independence as it continues it daily trip to Cincinnati.
Cincinnati bound autorack Q272 rolls out over Bridge 40 on the Short Line as it descends the grade down into Cincinnati.
Autoracks soar high over Banklick Creek on their way north.
S502 heads north towards Cincinnati on a beautiful summer morning.
A pair of leased EMD's roll J767 across the impressive trestle at Independence, KY, along the former L&N "Short Line."
6402 GP40 and 6410 GP40-2 push hard on the Worthville turn to get the train up grade. See Photo ID 53001 to see the head end power.
A quartet of SD40 variants charge up the Bank Lick creek valley towards the top of the hill at Walton KY.
On a cool and clear early fall morning, Louisville KY bound W038-25 grinds up the grade at Independence KY with a classic SD40-2 at the point.
An aging pair of GE's are in notch 8 as they slowly fight against gravity to get their train up the hill out of Cincinnati.
The L&N company photographer has arranged to stop train 70 on a June morning in 1957 at the big trestle at Independence. Up front today is an A-B-B-A set of F-units (F9/F7/F3/F7). Lead unit 924 is... (more)
Running alongside Banklick creek is a monster Worthville turn with four standard cab EMD's climbing at a crawl up the grade.