Reminiscent of the days when the Southern would run their power long hood forward a Dash 9 imitates those days as it leads camp cars and MOW equipment north.
Classic Southern Railway: On August 10, 1974, a northbound CNO&TP Chattanooga-Cincinnati freight grooves the high speed crossover at Revilo, KY ("Oliver" spelled backwards) from number 1... (more)
At the Revilo crossovers just south of Stearns, KY, southbound hotshot 229 rolls through a summer rain behind a brace of UP power. This railroad is the Cincinnati Southern, owned by the City of Ci... (more)
Until Wick Moorman put an end to such practices, perennially power-short NS took delivery on new units from GE with only the undercarriage and pilots painted. The units left the plant at Erie, PA ... (more)
630 heads back to Lexington through Revilo, KY. Unlike the previous day, the northbound move received a new train number.
A couple miles south of Stearns, the excursion passes through the community of Revilo as the 2-8-0 stretches its legs, keeping the train at a steady 40 miles per hour.
The New Royal Palm passes under the new Safetran signals at Revilo, just south of Stearns, KY, with Southern Consolidation 630 holding the train at 40mph.
The Lackawanna Heritage unit is southbound on the CNO&TP at Revilo, KY with train 117.
A northbound mixed freight on the CNO&TP rolls through a diverging clear at the Revilo crossovers, going from track 2 to track 1. Note the R J Corman Genset unit DIT behind the road power.
For more than four decades, the hottest train on the Rat Hole has been Cincinnati-Jacksonville intermodal 229. Led by a C39-8 that's now off the roster, 229 eases by a surfacing gang at the double... (more)
NS SD70M-2 2693 along with two other EMD products
leads 215 south by Revilo Ky.
Southbound grain train.