The Louisville & Nashville Railroad was in the throes of an unprecedented volume of coal traffic in Eastern Kentucky when this shot was taken. A St. Paul, VA-bound 72-car unit train is just out of... (more)
Engineer Morgan Calhoun smiles at the photographer as he rolls into the junction point of Baxter with four U25Cs in his command. Ralph Nader wouldn't be too happy with the Corvair waiting on the r... (more)
After dropping its train (all empty hoppers) about two miles back at Harlan Junction, Extra 188 North and its "Little Woody" cab roll along the double track main of the Martin's Fork Branch on the... (more)
Heading for the barn, the "Anti-Christ" unit---666---approaches the Cumberland River bridge at Baxter after earlier pushing a southbound coal train all the way to Watkins, VA on NS.
Climbing Eastward at Baxter, the weekday Reno Snow Train will soon be overlooking the American River.
ex-SP, now belonging to Amtrak, #6453 is leading the Eastbound San Francisco Zephyr at Baxter. SP required Amtrak to use the F-units during "adverse weather" as they did not like the plows on the ... (more)
Finally reaching the lower fringes of the snow line, AMTK 146, still wearing the Western Pacific decal from last years "Feather River Express" on which it was the lead unit, is Baxter and heading ... (more)
S302 sits in the Baxter yard.
Special Charter over ex-TCRR from Nashville to Cookeville
Loyall Mine Run #2 with a loaded Lynch train rolls off the Poor Fork Branch and into Loyall Yard on the CV Subdivision.