Louisville & Nashville Alco FA-2 369 and two RS-3s at Williamsburg, Kentucky.
The usual gaggle of Alcos fronts L&N's daytime Norton, VA to Corbin, KY through freight number 66. This was a time of transition in the company's diesel liveries, so you see examples of the origin... (more)
The crew man on the ground is waiting to get the ok to throw the switch to get onto the B&O tracks.
On a transfer run to DeCoursey I think.
When you can't find an Alco to shoot I guess an old GE U25B is just as good. When L&N U25B's were on their last leg they were used around Cincinnati as transfer power to the other yards around her... (more)
EMD B unit 718 is lashed up with four Alco’s as L&N’s southbound freight arrives Corbin, Ky. on July 15, 1964 for a crew change.
Loyall, KY, May 1965: When the L&N dieselized and steam was gone, I was devastated. It took some time, but I made peace with the diesel thanks to the company's 107 Alco RS-3s----certainly my favor... (more)
This photo is from my slide collection . This picture was taken by my late brother Mark Clark. It might look familiar to some of you because my brother was with Everett Young who had almost the ... (more)
U25C 1504, U23B 2736 have a E/B empty hopper train heading toward the North Hazard yard
Three C420's and a N&W geep await the next call.
L&N 1355--an ex-SCL unit--and two other Alco C420s await a call at Loyall in 1979. Take a look at all that oil and grease drainage! That wouldn't be tolerated in an engine terminal these days.
Louisville & Nashville Alco FA-2 #311.
This is one of my favorite L&N photos--taken by the late August Thieme. CV Division train 55--the overnight through freight from Corbin to Norton, VA--is blasting upgrade on the last three miles t... (more)