An autorack train clears Youngstown Yard and starts the approach to the K&I bridge over the Ohio River.
Leading eastbound 111 the Wabash heritage unit is in charge as it heads for Danville before then turning south.
After delivering and making a pickup from CSX the PAL transfer job heads back to its own yard.
Paducah & Louisville's 2123 partially blocks Garland Ave. as it works a cut of cars picked up from CSX into the PAL yard.
After making a pickup from the NS LIRC 2303 leads its train back to the main and head back to Jeffersonville.
Three Southern Railway SD24's with C&O F7A 7068 painted in an experimental Zebra paint scheme. Two F7As 7004 and 7068 with GP7 5761 and GP9 6141 were so painted. Photo from my collection, no photo... (more)
Paducah & Louisville's GP38-2 3810 and 3800 wait for a signal to proceed south to Osborn yard with the CSX transfer. In the foreground are party caboose used by patrons during the University of Lo... (more)
Paducah & Louisville's GP38-2 3810 and 3800 throttle up after getting the signal to proceed south to Osborn with the CSX transfer job.
Southbound LIRC JXTR waits his turn to cross at Clagg as a loaded coal barge proceeds down stream on the Ohio.
Almost forty-five years old NS SD40-2 1643 leads an eastbound local as it waits at 15th St. to proceed. The 1643 was built in July 1974 for the N&W.
Two of the newest NS rebuilds lead westbound 375 into Louisville. SD70ACC 1820 was formerly SD70 2514 while the AC44C6M was Dash 9 8986.
Having just left the Louisville Youngtown yard a local heads for the old fairgrounds.
It was a grey day for some grey locomotives as Family Lines painted units get serviced at the South Louisville shops. Today this site is home for the University
of Louisville's football stadium. ... (more)
There was no Thanksgiving holiday for the railroad as the
Lackawanna heritage unit leads 167 east out of Louisville.