The Cane Run empties head south through "Riney", cresting the hill at MP 42 with a classic P&L consist. Unfortunately, Cane Run converted to natural gas and received their last coal trai... (more)
A friendly wave from engineer J.L. Scott as a P&L empty coal train gets under way from the LG&E Cane Run generating station. This was one of the last trains to serve the plant which was converted... (more)
Hopper train LG3 rolls south through scenic Spring Lick, Kentucky on a perfect September afternoon.
Empty hoppers head south at Summit behind a mother/slug and three geeps.
Empties drop off Rosine Hill at Jerusalem Ridge, "Birthplace Of American Bluegrass Music & The Father Of Bluegrass, Bill Monroe". Makes me want to have a taste and play "Blue Moon o... (more)
PAL LG3 charges up Muldraugh Hill behind a perfectly matched set of P&L 4-axles: 2112/2119 (slug/GP40-3), 3810 (GP38-2), 3803 (GP38-2), 2106/2107 (slug/GP40-3). LG3 handles empties south from LG&E... (more)
Empty hopper train LG1 crosses the "high trestle" as it grinds up Muldraugh Hill between West Point and Fort Knox. This is the southward ruling grade on the P&L. Today's train has a rather interes... (more)
Road-slug (PAL 2112) and GP40-3 (PAL 2119) at Oak Street Yard.