I found this old slide taken by my friend David DeVault. It's the color version of a unit I also photographed (in black and white) that same summer:
The northbound L&N Southland--a Tampa/St. Pete to the Midwest train handled by the L&N between Cincinnati and Atlanta--swings off the NC&StL main line at Cartersville onto the "New Line" to Etowah... (more)
The southbound L&N Southland--a Tampa/St. Pete-Midwest train handled by the L&N between Cincinnati and Atlanta--has the signal from CUT Tower A and is moving out for Atlanta. Back under the concou... (more)
Nice to still find E6s in 1968!
An A-B set of E6's get hostled at Jersey City. Ansco-Color restoration
With faded paint and broken windows, L&N 770 awaits restoration on a cold night. Thanks to Mike Dowell for his help with the lighting.
L&N Montgomery to Cincinnati mail and express train no. 4, the former Azalean, is ready to roll from Louisville at 9:15 AM on July 12, 1965. The power includes 1942-built E6 #757, GP9 #522, and FP... (more)
L&N's first road diesel---E6 number 750 (as 450A)---shown in service at Louisville, along with sister E6 773. This unit entered service on the Pan-American in 1942. Its companion A-unit, the 770 (... (more)
Southbound Pan-American to New Orleans is nearly ready to roll...as C&O's George Washington (Louisville section) awaits departure for Ashland.
Two veteran L&N E6's at Louisville
The southbound Pan-American has the last L&N E-unit in blue and cream on the point. It was looking pretty ragged by then, and would be gray and yellow the next year.
Train 99, the southbound Pan-American, backs toward Louisville Union Station after swinging around the wye at A Street
A blunt-end Pennsy observation car brings up the rear of the South Wind as the Southbound Pan-American (left) departs for New Orleans
L&N E6s share space at the 10th Street Roundhouse