Industry switcher RS2L works Martts on the PAL’s “Old Fitz Lead”. Note the material stacked in the foreground, and cut rails next to the locomotive’s lead truck. This was the former diamond with t... (more)
Yard job RS1L finishes up their day as they head out to “Early Times Siding” with the LP3 train, where it will spend several hours until the LP3 crew comes to work later in the evening.
Kentucky Railway Museums L&N 152 leads a ferry move south for Bardstown where that weekend it and the Monon BL2 would lead excursions over the Bardstown Branch. Today the Bardstown Branch is opera... (more)
The IC Oak St. yard would soon change with the Paducah & Louisville taking over the operation in a matter of days. On this day ICG GP10's and a GM&O GP35 wait for their next assignment.
Corman power waits to lead a sand train away from Nugent Sand along the Ohio River. Out front GP38-2 3806 was originally built for the Southern in 1969 as GP38 2771.
By this point the silver paint scheme was becoming very common.
With about twelve miles to go Norfolk Va. to Louisville Ky. NS 22A nears its destination at the Louisville yard with the
Nickel Plate heritage unit leading the way on a beautiful autumn day.
CSX Q573 heads south for Louisville's Osborn yard. The 8908 trailing second is one of ten of their ST70AH's.
Louisville & Nashville Alco C628 class leader 1400 and 1413 at Louisville, Kentucky in March 1976.
Photo from my collection, no photographer information listed on slide.
Westbound empty coal 893 begins its approach over the K&I
bridge and the Ohio River. Leading today as some call it the bar code unit 1111.
An interesting consist of a GP40X, SD40 and a GP60 leads 160 west into Louisville on a grey winter day.
The Reading heritage unit leads intermodal 224 west as it nears Whitner were it will set off a few cars.
The original NS heritage unit leads 172 west into Louisville.
NS 172 nears its completion to Louisville with the PRR heritage unit up front.