After being returned to its 1978 paint scheme, Norfolk & Western SD40-2 6162 rests outside the Kentucky Steam Heritage Corporation's shop in Ravenna, KY. For more info on KSHCO and photo opportu... (more)
Norfolk & Western SD40-2 6162 idles alongside Family Lines System C30-7 7067 at Kentucky Steam Heritage Corporation’s yard in Ravenna, KY, showing off its fresh repaint back into its original 19... (more)
L&N heritage unit.
CSX 1850 the Louisville & Nashville heritage unit sits in the Etowah, Tennessee yard for an upcoming event for the Louisville & Nashville Historical Society members.
Fall colors are beginning to show as a wine tasting special heads east across this beautiful stretch of ex-L&N rails.
CSX's L&N heritage unit leads train M64502 south through Banks, Alabama.
CSX 1850 sporting the Louisville and Nashville heritage scheme as they depart on M492-26.
Very early in the era of the Seaboard System an ex-L&N unit leads a great assortment of movie power on a mine run heading back toward Hazard. Somebody forgot to obliterate the "L&N".
Still possessing the rotating light and renumbered with a stencil this unit is sitting across from the old depot. Photo by Dave Petke, from my collection.
Anticipating a merger, L&N numbered these in a new number series. I didn't work out.
"BellRail" Sunday at KSHCO (Kentucky Steam Heritage Corporation) brought about a rare photo op with their cosmetically restored L&N (Family Lines) C30-7, as CSX local L35223 brought empt... (more)
Originally TC, this unit was switching. At times it was a slug mom but on this date the unit was teamed with a C420. I wish now we had shot some of those US Steel hoppers.
In the latter years a butthead was hard to find (not as hard as an SD38-2!). I was glad to see this over ever near sundown.
What a great tpwn in the times before mergers.
The "Wine Tasting" excursion is about to leave on the return to Nashville.