EMD 7002, EMD 7001, EMD 7000 and a test car have just left the Corbin Yard for more testing and evaluation by CSX.
Northward look over the sprawling yard complex in Corbin, KY.
After a quick crew change and a stop for fuel, CSX P912 departs Corbin as it heads for Winchester and eventually the ''Old Road'' on RJ Corman rails toward a layover in Lexington
This graphic depiction of a calamity of railroading was scanned from a small snap shot taken by an unknown person in the ‘30s. The location is the Louisville & Nashville’s yard at Corbin, KY—a key... (more)
The 1987 L&N Historical Society convention in Corbin, KY featured a memorable night shot where the High Line crossed the CV Sub main. The convention was held in October, but two months earlier, Ga... (more)
Retired and stricken from the roster, a string of old B30-7s rusts away in Corbin's East Yard. These units--with their large fuel tanks---were once front-line power for CSX's premiere intermodal t... (more)
Red-lined for retirement, most of the ex-L&N U25Cs are lined up at Corbin in the old passenger yard. After years of service in heavy coal train service, the old, worn-out GEs are not destined to t... (more)
The short-lived CSX Detroit-Atlanta Roadrailer service makes a quick crew change at Corbin during the time the final four F-units were being used in regular service on the train. The 118 was forme... (more)
Crew change for an afternoon southbound CSX intermodal at Corbin, KY.
A nice lashup of SD40-2, SD45, and a C30-7 on this coal train.
Southbound Q541 pauses on the main for a crew change at Corbin, KY.
After cutting away from their coal train, SBD 1609, 8501, 8503, a U-25-B/ SD-50/ SD-50 consist, are hostled to the engine facility. 13MAY85
CSX 5539 (C&O 8257) sits in Corbin Yards in the last days of her life. She is now off the CSX roster, along with the former L&N C30-7, CSX 7057, she's coupled to.
Corbin Service Center to N262-09..."How's your power running?"...N262... "Like an old hound dog on a hot July afternoon."
NS power is usually rare in Corbin. This set has found its way north out of Knoxville on an mty Wansley coal train.