First day of C&O 2716's move to Ravenna, KY from Kentucky Railway Museum in New Haven, finds a historic photo opportunity with the Clinchfield F7. Thank you, to CSX for making this happen.
A pair of CSXT ES44AHs lead train Q573 out of a fog bank hanging over the Rolling Fork River as they near the climb up Muldraugh Hill.
CSX automotive train 237 passes a farm south of Lebanon Junction, KY. Leading the southbound though the morning mist are C40-8 7560 and SD50 8518.
Union Pacific SD70ACe 8984 and KCS SD70MAC 8937 get CSX train Q525 on a roll to climb Muldraugh Hill south of Lebanon Junction, KY. Taken with permission of property owner.
CSX Main Line local J765 idles at Lebanon Junction while the crew takes a takes a break.
CSX 7343 leads an array of power south along Wall Street in Lebanon Junction. No financial institutions to be found on this Wall Street, just homes that face the tracks and a playground.
CSX Q275 is a mile south of Lebanon Junction, KY about ready to tackle the southbound grade of Muldraugh Hill. Led by C40-8 #7645, the head end included SD40-2 #8324 and MP15T #1235. The train h... (more)
K514 has just knocked down the signal at 31 on the former L&N, the classic SD50 is making a run for Muldraugh Hill with a heavy steel train in tow.
CSX train Q534 rolls under the remains of the L&N coaling tower that straddles the main line at Lebanon Junction, KY. The train is just over twenty miles from its terminal in Louisville.
Southbound through Lebanon Junction on the former L&N.
Southbound on the former L&N at Lebanon Junction.
Steel train K514 heads south through Lebanon Junction on a spectacular winter morning.
Southbound along Wall Street with an AC6000 leading.
Local J765 sets out at Lebanon Junction.
J765 led by CSX #2246 prepares to cross from the #1 main to the #2 to work the small yard before heading out onto the Lebanon Branch.