A simple look at the first trailer gives away what train this is... The pride of the CNO&TP, train 229, with its usual heavy UPS traffic is lead by one of the prides of NS's Fleet, SD60E 6920 at G... (more)
Blasting its way south, priority train 295 makes great time down the CNO&TP crossing Elkhorn Creek in Georgetown, KY.
CNO&TP hot shot southbound train 295 blasts through Georgetown, KY on a warm summer Saturday.
"Follow the Flag" straight down the CNO&TP... The Wabash Heritage Unit leads southbound 143 at the Scott/Fayette County line in Central, KY...
In a scene that screams early 90's CNO&TP railroading at its finest - a classic high hood GP50 leads a southbound Triple Crown at Rogers Gap at the north end of Delaplain Yard. Flash forward more... (more)
What looks like a publicity shot for the merger, a NS worktrain works northbound on the CNO&TP lead by a classic Southern GP30 leader. Photo by the late John Farris.
The rarely seen "Soutbound" signal at CP Georgetown looms in the falling sun on its final days of operation as a northbound freight works its way up the CNO&TP. The GE is smoking like an old Ps4,... (more)
A standard cab SD70 leads an empty ballast train through Georgetown, KY on a warm spring afternoon. The old Southern-style signals are literally on borrowed time... Their replacements have been s... (more)
Hotshot 215 rolls through the never-seen-before on RP location of Akers, KY. While it might seem remote, the location is actually between two horse farms in Central Kentucky. Clearly, the removal... (more)
The pride of the CNO&TP, train 229, storms across the seldom seen Eagle Creek Bridge behind a good looking Spartan Cab SD70 in original paint on a gorgeous spring morning.
In the spirit of L&N Pacific 295 and former operator W.A. Fravret, RJ Corman QJ 2008 enters "home rails" also known as the Old Road Sub from CSX at the former site of the famed HK Tower. This is ... (more)
After getting held up by CSX, RJ Corman QJ Class 2008 makes good time heading east towards Lexington.
The RJ Corman steam crew poses with QJ 2008 and owner Rick Corman (center) after the first revenue run. It was nothing short of spectacular!