Built for the Southern Railway with the same number in February 1974 and with a high short hood it was one of 257 that they had. Today it serves RJ Corman. Today it was leading a local job as it r... (more)
CIRR power wait for their call to duty.
Making a cameo appearance in the Louisville area.
Taking a break for the Memorial Day weekend three of the LIRC's GP's line up nicely outside the shop.
Filling in while the FP7's are getting some service RJ Corman
GP38-2 5580 ex. Southern 2725 and GP15-1 1560 a former Conrail unit lead the 5 PM dinner train away from Bardstown.
Bought units spo... (more)
About thirty minutes before sunset a quartet of LIRC GP's head for their Jeffersonville yard after picking cars up from the Port of Indiana.
As the tug Jackie Englert with its barges of coal clears the bridge a CSX northbound light power move with CP 9822 and 7058 proceeds across the Ohio River. At Jeffersonville the power will pick up... (more)
In what had been a mostly cloudy day a few minutes before sunset the sun dips below the cloud cover as a CP led LIRC grain train heads north.
Two of RJ Cormans recently acquired SD70M's that were formerly NS back the CSX transfer job along River Rd. as it nears Nugent Sand.
With thirty-three cars in tow LIRC's J13A heads south across
the Ohio River to exchange cars with the NS in Louisville.
Serving the only industry on the south end of the former Monon CSX Y128 heads down New Albany's 15th St. CSX GP38-3 2028 was built as L&N 4112.
After delivering passengers to the Kentucky Derby two days ago Cormans anniversary edition SD70M's are back to their regular job delivering sand.
A nice looking passenger car brings up the back end of Cormans Derby train after it had delivered its passengers to Churchill Downs. Here the train heads home for Lexington.
Operating over the CSX as Z546-06 R.J. Corman's Kentucky Derby train nears the Downs for the 149th running. Pulling todays train are Cormans anniversary edition SD70M's
2023 and 1973.
It's The 149th running of the Kentucky Derby weekend as patrons flock to the track and those premium priced hotels while LIRC's local J12A heads across the river into Louisville.
There it will in... (more)