Rounding the second leg of the wye with diesel in tow 2008 will make the return trip to Lexington after completing the turn and coupling back to her consist of gons full of sand.
All of the signs on the RJ Corman Railroad's Rupp Yard shop complex begin lighting up at dusk. This night the original shop building is open since their Chinese QJ Class 2-10-2 is being fired up.... (more)
RJ Corman Chinese QJ Class 2-10-2 number 2008 heads up a mainline freight while street running through Frankfort.
RJ Corman Central Kentucky Lines' Chinese QJ Class 2-10-2 number 2008 simmers quietly on the ready track at Lexington's Rupp Yard. She awaits her call to duty under a clear sky and will be on the ... (more)
The seldom run Corman QJ made a trip through Lexington on July 25 to be turned on a "Y' located across town in preparation for a trip the following day. Usually seeing only 1-2 days under steam ea... (more)
Two gentlemen take a break from their mowing to watch RJ Corman's Chinese QJ head south through Bagdad with four loads of sand on a rainy, murky afternoon.
'Ole Smokey leads the 2010 RJ Corman Derby Train westbound through West Frankfort under gloomy skies. This unusually large steam locomotive would soon be removed at Christiansburg, KY and the F-... (more)
RJCC 2008 makes a stop in Frankfort.
Southbound at Duckers in the pouring rain.
On a very rainy afternoon, RJCC #2008 Runs hard through Duckers,KY bound for Lexington.
RJCC #2008 Makes its way eastbound coming off the bridge in Frankfort on a very rainy afternoon.
RJCC #2008 Steams its way out of Frankfort bound for Lexington on a rainy afternoon.
Firemen Lewis Hicks and Kelly Lynch is enjoying their ride coming into Lexington Yard.
RJ Corman's Chinese QJ heads north on the Old Road at Spring Station, just outside Midway. What a gorgeous day to chase a steam locomotive!