RJCC 5361 travels through Frankfort, Kentucky right in the middle of the street.
The RJ Corman Alcan puts it down through downtown Midway on a chilly Saturday afternoon. Leading is ex Rio Grande 5361.
Ex Rio Grande 5361 leads a RJ Corman Alcan Express west out of the tunnel and over the ex L&N bridge at Ford, Kentucky.
Back up to speed out of downtown, CSX Q008 leaves Indianapolis behind as they continue their trek east along Mass Ave. Leading is CSXT 8849, an old Conrail SD40-2 running on "home rails"... (more)
As clouds roll in on southern Indiana, ISS 3385 leads a train around the Bear Run loop loading up its Edwardsport, Indiana bound coal train.
CSX C840-11 fights the uphill trestle at Hall, Kentucky as the photographers fight the heavy downpour.
NS 1050 pulls an empty coal train past the old N&W bracket signals in Hurley. This train is bound for Consol in Oakwood.
It's a typical foggy fall morning in the Appalachia's as WCCX 7 sits rotting outside of the load out it once served, Wellmore Coal.
Nighttime in the Appalachia town of Pikeville is broken up by the daily southbound Q693. Here they approach OF Cabin, a timeless C&O cantilever still standing the test of time. OF Cabin is along t... (more)
One of LS&I's six AC4400's leads the 3 Yard Hill over Dead River Trestle. In front of us is Trestle Falls.
CN L549 runs along the banks of Goose Lake with a duo of ex Oakway SD60's. This train comes from Gladstone to Partridge Yard in Negaunee, Michigan.
After holding at Kensington for a South Shore commuter from NWI, L536 blasts through Homewood heading south for the connection at Matteson. On point is IC 1021, a 1999 built SD70.
IC 1021 brings L536 down the Mainline of Mid America as they creep out of downtown. They crawl through this section of track since they have a restriction until fully out of McCormick Place.
IC 1003 heads south out of Chebanse, passing some classic Illinois Central codeline. A408 usually works Otto first thing in the morning and blasts down the Mainline of Mid America right at sunrise... (more)
CN A408 splits the Gilman coaling towers with a timeless Illinois Central SD70 duo on point. Seeing IC SD70's fly up and down the old main is a treat that can still be shot.