NS 25A rounds the curve under the Newtown Pedestrian Bridge with Southern 8099 leading
The impressive display of locomotives and cabooses at the RJ Corman yard in Lexington, Kentucky.
RJ Corman 2011 and 2012 on display.
Class and style, two things mostly lost in America, still exist at firms proud of their accomplishments. Two stuffEd and mounted units and two old L&N cabeese in a park like setting make a helluv... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad E8(A) 4303 leads Atlantic Coast Line train 16 The Southwind near Lexington, Kentucky on October 28,1967. Photo from my collection, no photographer information on slide.
A loaded RJ Corman ingot train makes its way through Lexington with a pair of tunnel motors doing the honors today.
A Couple of RJ Corman Locomotives are seen here resting at their yard in Lexington, KY. (PHOTO TAKEN WITH PERMISSION)
RJCC SW1200 1262 stands at the carrier's shop in Lexington, Kentucky. (Taken with permission)
A former Seaboard Coast Line SD45 now gutted stands with former L&N caboose at the front door to RJ Corman's at Lexington, Kentucky facility.
Tier 3 Genset, RJ Corman RS23BD 2017 is at Lexington, Kentucky on August 5, 2019. (Photo taken with permission)
NS 123 leans into the S-curve at the south end of Lexington Yard as a beaten and battered Savannah & Atlanta heritage unit gets the long train out of the 10mph slow order.
The Engineer of 117 gives a fist pump as they bring there heavy manifest by the Kentucky Horse Park.
With the golden evening sun cascading over the freshly fallen snow, NS 179 rolls into the curve at the south end of Lexington Yard behind a pair of clean foreign power
Honoring our Veterans 6920 leads NS 117 through Lexington Yard at last light