The spur to the left serves Hinton Mills, a local farmer supply to the area.
The soybeans are coming along fine in rural Pendleton County KY, as empty well cars make their way south on the CSX CC sub. They are headed to Wilmington, NC. This was the second move in two days ... (more)
Nine brand new EMD ST70AH locomotives are on their way to Waycross, GA. From there, after some shop work, they will end up working in Florida
The spur to the left services the Bakery Feeds of Dar Pro, formerly Griffin Industries. They repurpose food for animal consumption.
New ties for replacement are set out on the CC Sub in rural Harrison County, KY.
NS 229 with the Wabash Heritage getting through the truss bridge over the CSX LCL "Shortline"
At a mere 48 years old, this old locomotive is earning it's keep. Built in 1970 as C&O 7524, the crew is hustling by the intermediate signals at Hayes on their way to Corbin, KY.
The building shown was the Watson Hotel. The hotel was built by Abdellah Watson around 1857. It was a hotel and tavern, built to accommodate rail travel. It is currently an apartment building now.... (more)
After a crew change just a few miles back, K442 is back to track speed 52 miles from KC Junction in Covington, KY.
Southbound, along Highway 177 in the little community known as Kenton, on the CSX CC Sub.
NS has ruled the CSX CC sub with the power for K447, as it exits Tunnel 14, on it's way to Corbin, KY
A derailment south of Louisville, on the former L&N mainline, has put an extra movement on the CSX CC sub. X237 has just cleared the control point at Lynn, on it's way to Corbin and points south.
TTI has just reached the crossover in Maysville, next to Caproni's. After some switching is finished, they will head to their terminal on the other end of town.
A scene that most likely will never be repeated. A wash out near Maysville on the line and coal business pretty much dormant for their service, has left the business dead. Several pieces of equipm... (more)
TTI is running along Route 36 about to enter the city limits of Carlisle, KY with coal in tow, bound for the terminal in Maysville, KY