One of the newest SD70ACC rebuilds pass the Buechel depot in eastern Louisville as it heads east. NS 1851 was rebuilt from SD70 2511.
Built from CSX 289 newly rebuilt CM44AC 7211 prepares to lead Q573 south out of Louisville.
The Wabash heritage unit leads NS 223 east form Louisville.
BNSF 5997 works as the DPU on a northbound empty hopper train as it heads for Louisville.
Sitting less than a mile from the ICG now PAL an old caboose stands sentinel to a different era.
A northbound PAL ballast train has taken the siding at Leitchfield as it waits for a new crew.
A PAL empty hopper train bound for Louisville where it will be turned over to the NS is lead with BNSF and CN power.
CSX Q206 with 3333 races north over the LIRC as it passes the cement plant at Speed Indiana.
With the Interstate heritage unit up front eastbound 167 arrives in Louisville after crossing the Ohio River.
LIRC's JXTR has crossed the Ohio River into Louisville and now backs his train along the river for the NS.
LIRC's northbound JXTR arrives at Speed to set off cement cars before heading back south to Jeffersonville light.
The sun peaks briefly behind the clouds as the Corman sand train waits for a crew at Nugent sand in Louisville.
What was once a locomotive that was used for high speed intermodals and Triplecrown roadrailers now leads a local job as a GP60 heads for the old fairgrounds yard in Louisville.
FEC 101 is right on time as it highballs south for Miami. Today the 103 still rides the rails but about 1200 miles north of this location as Vermont Railways 432.
The southbound City of New Orleans heads for the Crescent City.