A YN2 AC4400CW rests in the rural Kentucky countryside on a quiet night in early Spring.
Along CSX's Carrollton Branch on the bank of the Ohio River deep in rural Kentucky, the local sits tied down, as silent as the night.
After meeting a northbound CSX Q505 continues its trip south to Louisville on a cold winters day.
It's a cold dreary February day as the UP Western Pacific heritage unit leads southbound CSX Q505 into Worthville on its way to Louisville.
A pair of sequentially numbered EMDX SD70ACE T4's rocket south along the LCL as they bring Q573 south to Louisville,
CSX J767 heads down the Carrollton branch at Worthville,KY
A northbound CSX Short Line freight with an ex-Conrail GE on the point accelerates at the north end of the siding at Worthville after a meet. The ultra-high top searchlight signal on this absolute... (more)
CSXT 329 leads Q573-15 through Worthville, KY on a beautiful March afternoon.
The laundry has been washed on the side porch and hung out to dry in the back yard, as northbound L&N No. 278 rounds a curve near Worthville, KY on May 15, 1979, led by SDP35 No. 1294.
A southbound rack train headed for Louisville powers through Worthville, KY. Just ahead is a crossing of the Kentucky River. The Carrolton Railroad, a short line where the last L&N steam locomotiv... (more)
Northbound CSX train heads to Cincinnati.
A class leader on the point with great mixed consist. It's actually CSX but lettered SBD and in the Family Lines scheme. During the transition to CSX all sorts of wierd combinations appeared.
CSX Q511 pulls into the siding at Worthville for another meet. The scenery along the "Short Line" (LCL Sub) is second to none and it's always enjoyable to spend a day on the old L&N.
Having just passed over the Kentucky River CSX SD40-2
8074 a former L&N/Family Lines unit leads northbound
autoracks at Worthville.
Southbound Q231 nears Worthville as its heads for Louisville.