It's time for the annual visit to the Bluegrass by RJ Corman's "Old Kentucky Dinner Train" featuring a matched pair of ex-SOU F-units. After an overcast morning run from Bardstown, KY; t... (more)
Traipsing through a winter wonderland, Paducah and Louisville Railway's Bluegrass State I brings up the markers behind RJ Corman's dinner trainset and classic F-unit locomotives. The consi... (more)
Wind-whipped snow swirls through Benson Valley, near Frankfort, KY; as RJ Corman's F-units power the Old Kentucky Dinner Train on a ferry move from the Bluegrass back to its home in Bardsto... (more)
When the robins come back, it's springtime in the Bluegrass and when the F-units are about, the Kentucky Legislature must be in session. RJ Corman's ex-SOU EMD's zip through Midway, KY during a b... (more)
RJ Corman's "Old Kentucky Dinner Train" encounters a rock slide just past the tunnel at Eastwood. The alert crew brought the train to a safe stop well short of the slide. Photo taken from railro... (more)
A snowy Saturday evening in the Bluegrass and RJ Corman's ALCAN is working its way through Midway, KY. Catching a small pile of snow at a crossing, the train creates a small burst as it leaves to... (more)
The CSX business train, which will serve as the Governor's Train for the 2012 Kentucky Derby festivities, backs through historic downtown Frankfort, KY.
On Top of Old Smokey. The CSX business train, which will serve as the Governor's Train for the 2012 Kentucky Derby festivities, makes a move over a mural representing RJ Corman's Chinese-b... (more)
Spring has sprung in Central Kentucky and everything seems to be blooming on Easter Sunday as RJ Corman's ALCAN aluminum ingot train is framed by the entrance to the cemetery in Midway, KY.
An RJ Corman Office Car Special pauses in historic Midway, KY while a second locomotive couples onto the train for the return run to Lexington.
RJ Corman has begun tests of a Progress Rail Services genset locomotive. Today's consist included 8 loaded sand gons and a RailPower RP20BD genset on several runs up Jett Hill just south of Frank... (more)
With late afternoon sun highlighting its classic bulldog nose, RJ Corman FP7 #1941 clears the Kentucky River bridge into West Frankfort as the train returns to Bardstown, KY.
In the aftermath of the Ice Storm of 2009, RJ Corman's dinner trainset pulls into historic Midway en route to Frankfort on a VIP charter.