A southbound passes the dog kennel just north of Verona.
Millions of dollars of technology still rely on the old fashion tools to help calibrate them. These guys are measuring the track and using this info to set the gauges on the Geometry car.
Q573 splits the intermediate signals at Cochran, IN on the Indiana Subdivision.
Ever wonder what it took to keep all that track in shape? He is a cabshot of CSX's GRMS-2.
Q339 busts through a snow pile that was left on Statler Road.
A southbound grain train waits for the highball from Lima to points south. Next stop, Cincinnati.
BNSF's new paint scheme really stands out in the middle of winter. It was right at 0 degrees with the sun shining when this GEVO passes through Verona, KY.
Midway is the midway point between Frankfurt and Lexington. The downtown is a historic district.
A crew member flags the crossing.
Hearing EMD's 567 motor making speed is a wonderful sound. These girls had her cruising through downtown Bagdad on this nice January day.
This old work horse was having some electrical problems and stopped just after she got on home rails. The nice thing about older engines is that they can work on them and fix them rather quickly.... (more)
RJ Corman was having a ferry move of this train from Bardstown to Lexington for a Special. She just entered home rails at HK tower. This is the former L&N/CSXT Old Road Subdivision.
A lone Catfish takes a rack train south through Walton. The bridge you see the train moving through passes over the LCL Subdivision of CSX.
D744 waits her turn in the siding at Troy before she can continue her switching duties.
Q516 is stopped behind Q340 in the siding at Middle Vandalia waiting on a parade of southbounds led by Q507.