A slug mother is on the point of this southbound freight rumbling across the bridge that would be put out of action by a garbage truck on 11/21/91, which would result in a major train wreck and th... (more)
RJ Corman's "Old Kentucky Dinner Train" approaches Coral Ridge near Brooks, KY on the former L&N Main Line on a cold, snowy day. The trainset was on a ferry move from its base in Bardstown over t... (more)
CSX's triple nickel 555 leads northbound Q574 over the Salt River at Shepherdsville on a hot and humid summer
Kentucky Railway Museums L&N 152 along with its Monon BL2 heads south across the Salt River in a ferry move for the upcoming weekend excursions over the
Bardstown Branch now owned by R.J.Corman.T... (more)
After weekend heavy rains southbound CSX J765 rolls
over a swollen Salt River at Shepherdsville.
R.J.Cormans dinner train runs north on the CSX mainline
for Louisville's Osborn yard where it will pick up a few more passenger cars.From Louisville it will head east to Lexington for this weeken... (more)
The sun peaks itself from behind the clouds just in time to catpure the Spirit of Nashville leading Q573 south over the Salt River at Shepherdsville on its way to its namesake city.
CSX road slug 2222 leads the southbound J765 local
across the Salt River.
The RJ Corman ingot train heads south on the old L&N at Shepherdsville.
CSX Q573 heads south on the old L&N at Shepherdsville.
Loaded RJ Corman aluminum train K562 makes a rare
daylight move south across the Salt River at Shepardsville while some Canadian Geese enjoy a shallow part of the river.
CSX AC4400CW 426 leads Q573 south across the Salt River.
Q574 with CSX AC4400CW #5102 leading crosses the Salt River after having met southbound Q201 at Bardstown Junction just a short time before this photo. It was a busy afternoon on the Mainline Sub.
CSX train Q201 heads south accross the Salt Rver Bridge in Shepherdsville with a pair of BNSF C44-9W's. The BNSF units added a nice burst of color to the scene.
CSX local J765 heads south with a ATSF CF7 in tow.Once
at Lebanon Jct. the CF7 will be transferred over to the
Kentucky Railway Museum where it remains today as
part of their excursion power.