The original NS heritage unit leads 172 west into Louisville.
NS 172 nears its completion to Louisville with the PRR heritage unit up front.
A colorful consist leads CSX S573 south towards Louisville's
Osborn Yard with KCS and a couple of lease units.
A veteran SD40-2 of N&W heritage shuttles stacks around the NS yard as it pulls out onto the lead of the K&I bridge over the Ohio River.
After traveling down the former Monon in Indiana southbound CSX Q687 with it normal UP power nears Louisville's Osborn yard.
A pair of freshly YN2 painted CSX F40PH's have lead the Kentucky Derby Train into Louisville with its honored guest aboard.
NS SD40-2 1643 a former N&W unit works the yard in Louisville.
NS local T77 runs west under the signal at LS Jct. with a
former Southern Railway unit running long hood forward.
Originally built in March 1973 as L&N GP38-2 4112 today it leads a CSX local as GP38-3 2028. Traveling north over the former L&N CSX J757 heads for the Ford truck plant in eastern Jefferson county... (more)
Westbound NS local T77 is lead by SD40E 6331 as it passes by Buechel in east Louisville. The 6331 was originally NS SD50 5410 and before that Conrail 6716.
Increasingly becoming more scarce each day a CSX YN2 painted CW44AC leads local J757 east for the Ford plant in eastern Louisville.
RJ Corman's loaded aluminum train with three tunnel motors roll by the University of Louisville's football stadium
as the sun slowly sets in the west.
PAL's Salute to the Troops GP40-3 2127 leads a local job south from its Louisville yard.
One of the newest SD70ACC rebuilds pass the Buechel depot in eastern Louisville as it heads east. NS 1851 was rebuilt from SD70 2511.
The Illinois Central Gulf had quite a few paint schemes during its existence. Perhaps the most austere was the solid orange one shown here on GP10 8108.