Some severe afternoon thunderstorms have cleared up, setting a dramatic background for the evening run of the R.J. Corman Bardstown Dinner Train as it ambles west through Deatsville. The buildings... (more)
You got to get up pretty early in the morning to get this shot. Actually you do as the dinner train faces northeast so 1940 in this location doesn't get her due. IMHO, one of the finest three ca... (more)
One of the classiest dinner trains around is making its leisurely way through the bucolic scenery of central Kentucky, Nelson County, the bourbon capital of the world as attested to by the old dis... (more)
RJ Corman's F-units lead the My Old Kentucky Dinner Train through the quaint community of Deatsville as they make their way from Bardstown to Clermont.
Midway is the midway point between Frankfurt and Lexington. The downtown is a historic district.
A crew member flags the crossing.
Hearing EMD's 567 motor making speed is a wonderful sound. These girls had her cruising through downtown Bagdad on this nice January day.
This old work horse was having some electrical problems and stopped just after she got on home rails. The nice thing about older engines is that they can work on them and fix them rather quickly.... (more)
RJ Corman was having a ferry move of this train from Bardstown to Lexington for a Special. She just entered home rails at HK tower. This is the former L&N/CSXT Old Road Subdivision.
R.J. Corman's My Old Kentucky Dinner Train rolls through Deatsville, KY
RJ Corman's My Old Kentucky Dinner Train rolls northbound through Deatsville, KY with two FP7s leading five cars.
RJ Corman's My Old Kentucky Dinner Train led by a pair of ex-Southern FP7s eases through Clermont in the late afternoon sunlight. Once by the photographer, the units will run around ... (more)
NB Dinner Train with ex SOU cab units