Rusty, worn, and tired, these old GE's display a colorful history of their previous and current owners and schemes. An uncertain fate awaits all three at the time of this picture. With no revenue ... (more)
The sun is up, but hasn't yet had the time to burn off the nights fog on an unseasonably cool August morning. Soon the fog will be gone and 6414 and partner slug will be back at work out of Patio ... (more)
Louisville Cement #11 has found it's way back on display at the main parking entrance at the Kentucky Railway Museum. While heavy lifting equipment was on site placing a turntable the opportunity ... (more)
7618 rolls through "Bishop" in Lexington, KY along the CNO&T route. in the foreground is the former spur that led into the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco complex that once filled the area. Today ... (more)
Considered an ugly duckling by many, I'm quite the fan of the BL2 body lines, and especially like the black and gold of the Monon scheme on them. Here #32 sits behind the shops of the Kentucky Rai... (more)
It was a hot and steamy late August in KY, and not just because "Sadie" was in town... Despite the less than comfortable temperatures several hundred patrons enjoyed the chance to ride b... (more)
L&N 152 basks in the sun, stripped of her outward wares and prepared for a thorough cleaning and final prep before her UT readings are taken. This was back in June, she now is back in the shop, th... (more)
Having just dropped it's consist at Patio and run around the wye, 2222 eases onto the "cab" track to tie down next to another mother/slug set stationed in Winchester. 6900 is looking dow... (more)
C 701 led by 2222 has just received permission into "Patio". The mother/slug set will pull into the yard, and run back past it's consist to the wye to tie down for the day shortly after ... (more)
An attempt at a slightly different angle than others were using during the 2016 "Fired Up" photo charter.
Steam, old cars and trucks, and old signals... What more could you ask for?
Steam, stations, and semaphores... Even in a reenacted scene still a beautiful sight to behold.
N&W 611 drifts past the previous days mainline consist during a photo charter at the N.C. Transportation Museum. The days antics with 611 didn't compare with her mainline performances the two prev... (more)
611 may be the "Queen of Steam" but in the confines of the yard where she can't stretch her legs the better show comes from lil' ol' 126 who could actually open the throttle and work a b... (more)
8099 by a nose... Unplanned, but during the Fired Up photo charter lunch break 126, 611, and 8099 all lined up nicely on and behind the turntable for a study in nose profiles.