Still sporting its Canadian Pacific colors, NREX 1287 is a long way from home in the hills of Eastern Kentucky.
A leased switcher rests after a hard weeks work in the coalfields of Eastern Kentucky.
Former Canadian Pacific switcher showing part of its original paint job being worked in the coalfields of Eastern Kentucky, as seen here at the Appalachian Fuels Loadout at Coal Run.
The natural progression of the elements is revealing its true colors...
The switcher looks like former Canadian Pacific, even sporting CP-font numbers, but is former Union Pacific and is now part of NREX. Here, it is shuffling recently loaded hoppers in Coal Run Yard... (more)
Nice paint job...
In a scene repeated daily in the hollows of Appalachia, a dirty former UP SW10 manhandles the makings of a unit train at the Appalachian Fuels Loadout.