The historic CE&I/L&N depot now a museum has witnessed many a train over the years as yet another rolls by with NS 1182 leading a coal train.
Heading north an empty CSX coal train rolls by the nicely
restored CE&I/L&N depot.
As dairy cows graze on a nearby hill NS steel train 61A heads south for Rockport. A relatively new ACe leads with the trailing NS heritage unit and a Dash 9.
Leading eastbound 111 the Wabash heritage unit is in charge as it heads for Danville before then turning south.
It hasn't been long since the sun had crested above the ocean's horizon but right on time for its daybreak arrival is
FEC's northbound 226 as it crosses the San Sabastian River
heading for Jack... (more)
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.
CSX local Y129 crosses the Ohio River into Indiana where it will work industries at the Jeffersonville maritime center.
Road slug 2256 was built as GM&O GP30 508.
April showers have brought May flowers however the rain hasn't quit yet as empty steel train 60A heads east with Dash 9 9318 leading and the original NS heritage unit 8114.
GREX 6001 sits in the house track at Ramsey taking a break from working a tie train.
NS 1109 leads 709 west for a coal refill to supply a Georgia power plant.
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.
April showers prevail as NS 60R a CSX trackage rights steel train to Rockport slows to a stop to take the siding at DePauw to meet an eastbound. CSX SD40-2 8420 was built originally as C&O 7569.