A unit grain train brought up from Cresson, Pa unloads at the Pennsylvania Grain Processing Plant.
RJ Corman EMD SD40-2 No. 3944 sits with a sand train at the railroad’s yard in Louisville, Kentucky, on August 10, 2012. No. 3944 is a former Union Pacific locomotive with the same number.
RJ Corman sand train power lays over during the day at their yard in Louisville near the Ohio River, waiting for the evening run to Lexington.
RJ Corman's sand train waits for a crew to appear later in the evening to take it east to Lexington behind a nice set of SD40-2 types and a GP38-2.
Two R.J. Corman SD's sit at the west end of their yard in Cresson.
After two forty hour shifts with the Lexington Fire Dept, and days without power, I finally can post pics from the ice storm. Thousands are still without power as I post this. Here's hoping everyo... (more)
There are no easy days, except days off, but a few tricks are quieter than others and a few nights cooler than some.
RJ Corman's QJ is basically ready for her first run, but CSX said no to her pulling the Derby train to Louisville and using their track, so word is she'll make her debut on the sand train. RJ 1940... (more)
RJ Corman's newly arrived QJ steam locomotive spotted in the yard following the transfer from NS.
Newely rebuilt GP38-2 RJ 3803 is given a balance test on some less than perfect rack in RJ Corman's former L&N yard in Lexington, KY. Those ballast cars she is shoving back are being used to make ... (more)
Having just returned empties to NS, a pair of RJ Corman Geeps are set to rest as the one man crew is off to lunch.