K643 departs Corbin with a pair of CP SD70ACu's leading the way.
Santa Fe 2546 spends a quiet evening next to the depot at the Kentucky Railroad Museum in New Haven.
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.
In the early days lettering was minimum and this unit was better looking that most of the IC's legacy.
The OCS makes a brief stop at Highland Crossing for traffic ahead.
Wabash 1070 leads NS 943, a short 6-car OCS special from New Orleans back to homebase in Altoona, through the control point at Palm
A few miles back up the line, another loaded CSX coal train makes its way around the bend in the small Pike County community of Darffin.
CSX southbound unit ethanol train K471 emerges in notch 8 from the Elkhorn City tunnel and crosses pool point trestle. The fall colors are ablaze as the unit train starts the long climb through th... (more)
CSX northbound mixed freight Q692 glides across the scenic Pool Point trestle on their way NB into the yard at Shelby, Ky, a few miles up the road. Three CSX Ge products lead the short 3000 foot l... (more)
By this point the silver paint scheme was becoming very common.
The remnants of Hurricane Zeta have finally started to clear out of the area, leaving a nice sky behind L&N 796, which is on display at the Historic Railpark and Train Museum.
The impressive display of locomotives and cabooses at the RJ Corman yard in Lexington, Kentucky.
RJ Corman 2011 and 2012 on display.
The blue hour is almost over and night is almost upon Santa Fe 2546 at the Kentucky Railway Museum.
A loaded Southbound Coal Drag rolls through Elkhorn City, Ky as it prepares to enter Clinchfield Territory.