The Kentucky Steam Heritage Corp. members work with Kentucky Railway Museum's Mark Johnson, operating the crane, on removing the steam dome cap of 2716 in preparation of a evaluation of her curren... (more)
Brady Sanker, veteran Kentucky Railway Museum steam crew member, works on preparing the flues in L&N 152 for removal. This marks the final work day on the engine in 2015, a year which saw the roll... (more)
Inside the cab of former-C&O (and for a brief time, Southern) 2-8-4 #2716. The C&O Kanawhas had slightly longer cabs that those of their similar counterparts on the NKP. The seats currently instal... (more)
L&N 152 sits quietly in the Kentucky Railway Museum shop, after having preliminary disassembling done in preparation for her impending overhaul. KRM members have established "Crew 152" which is de... (more)
The builder's plate still adorns the insulated smokebox jacketing on venerable old excursion engine #2716. The locomotive has been kept under a shed roof, just a few feet away from L&N 152 which i... (more)
I dug into a box of slides taken in the year 2000 and discovered this series of shots---all of which I had forgotten I had taken* (the Forest Gump "life is like a box of chocolates" phen... (more)
I dug into a box of slides taken in the year 2000 and discovered this series of shots---all of which I had forgotten I had taken* (the Forest Gump "life is like a box of chocolates" ph... (more)
L&N 152 struts her stuff on a morning run-by a few miles west (or "north" in L&N terms) of New Haven. This is the former Lebanon Branch of the L&N. About 17 miles of it was sold to the K... (more)
L&N Pile Driver 41212 stored at the Kentucky Railway Museum. Steam powered, built 1913.
The first step in removal of the superheater tubes from L&N 4-6-2- #152 at the Kentucky Railway Museum. Connections are heated to ease loosening them at the smokebox end of the tubes.
The eccentric crank and rods of L&N 4-6-2 #152 in repose at Kentucky Railway Museum.
The engineer’s (or driver’s) cab position in a Brill Model 55 motor car. Sparse and utilitarian next to the motor compartment of the car. This motor car is Frankfort & Cincinnati M55-1 preserve... (more)