3804 leads the Versailles local to the last customer on the line. Just to the west of this location the crew will work Sylvania Glass before placing the motors on the east end of the consist and h... (more)
End of the line, for Corman at least. Crews are working the last customer on the west end of the former Southern LL branch. The tracks extend for another 5.5 miles west, but that stretch of track ... (more)
RJ Corman's sand train waits for a crew to appear later in the evening to take it east to Lexington behind a nice set of SD40-2 types and a GP38-2.
Days work done in Versailles, KY the local led by 3804 heads back east to Lexington, KY on the former Southern LL branch.
RJCC 3804 works what is left of the rail lines that once covered nearly all of the former ARMY Signal Corps base in Avon, KY. The complex now has only two long spurs remaining, and these see use f... (more)
The RJC ingot train passes "Papa John's Cardinal Stadium" on it's way into Osborn Yard as it works its way south at Central Avenue.
3804 sits in the yard at Lexington Ky.
The RJ Corman Derby Special led by FP7 #1940 passes GP38-2 #3804 which sits silently in the siding without a crew just outside of town in Bagdad on Saturday morning.
RJ Corman 3804 is spotting cars on the ladder tracks used for unloading the sand train in Corman's yard. The track loader in the gondola crawls over top of the cars to empty them once spotted.
RJ Corman 3803 goes about her normal duties while Corman's Derby train with 1941 and 1940 prepare for Saturdays run to Louisville. They are framed by the pillars for the NS mailine running overhea... (more)