Rush hour in downtown Frankfort.
A pair of RJ Corman SD40-2's head north as they blast out of Tunnel 9 on the CSX CC Sub.
RJ Corman EMD SD40-2 No. 3944 sits with a sand train at the railroad’s yard in Louisville, Kentucky, on August 10, 2012. No. 3944 is a former Union Pacific locomotive with the same number.
Life in the Capitol CityThe westbound loaded Alcan train crawls through the capitol city of the bluegrass state, while traffic on either side of the train continues to roll through,... (more)
After just coming off the CSX Corman's empty aluminum
train is on home rails as it heads south for another load.
The empty Corman sand train nears Shelbyville about to duck under Hwy. 55.
The northbound Corman empty sand train hustles
RJC SD40-2 3944 leads the sand train east by MP 5
through the east end suburbs of Louisville on a beautiful
A former UP SD40-2 now RJ Corman hustles southbound
loaded aluminum train K562 on the CSX Louisville to Nashville main.
Loaded RJ Corman aluminum train K562 makes a rare
daylight move south across the Salt River at Shepardsville while some Canadian Geese enjoy a shallow part of the river.
RJ Corman SD40-2 #3944 along with 2 SD40T-2's sit awaiting the next loaded sand train while GP16 #1607 sits deeper in the yard awaiting its next call for local duty in Louisville.
RJ Corman SD 40-2's passing Civil War era buildings in the historic district of Midway at 23:32.
K562 Heads north to Osbourne yard with yard job Y260's crew in charge!!!
Train sits idle while the outlawed crew waits for the caller/runner to haul them to Louisville