Paducah & Louisville's UofL and UK painted MACs were the main attraction at the company's 30th anniversary party for Louisville employees and their families. The weather couldn't have been more sp... (more)
Almost finished loading a train for LG&E Mill Creek Station.
The LCL2 heads to Fort Knox from Louisville with one tank car in tow. They would return a couple hours later with hoppers for CEMEX at Kosmosdale.
Mill Creek loads and empties meet at Caneyville. After a stop and crew swap train for train at the south end of Caneyville the loaded train comes to a brief stop at north Caneyville allowing the c... (more)
An empty Paducah and Louisville coal train out of the Mill Creek Generating Station climbs over the first of two bridges over Muldraugh Hill in the quickly fading evening light.
The Mill Creek empties head south at Dixie Beach Road on a gorgeous spring evening. All three units (4501, 4503, 4523) had fresh paint jobs from VMV at the time of this April 2014 scene.
Fresh out of the paint shop at VMV and shining like a new dollar, PAL 4516 leads the Cane Run empties south at Deering Road. Two MACs were just shy of what was needed to get the Cane Run loads ove... (more)
Happy 30th Anniversary P&L!!! August 27, 1986 - August 27, 2016. Paducah & Louisville Railway began operations 30 years ago today as a spinoff from the shrinking Illinois Central Gulf system of th... (more)
The Cane Run empties head south through "Riney", cresting the hill at MP 42 with a classic P&L consist. Unfortunately, Cane Run converted to natural gas and received their last coal trai... (more)
An extra local crosses the Salt River at West Point with P&L's recently painted Veterans unit in command. At the time of this photo PAL 2129 was suffering from injector issues and looking a bit fi... (more)
After swapping cars with CSX Y155 Paducah & Louisville's
3801 leads its cut of cars to the PAL 15th St. yard
After delivering a cut of cars to the NS the PAL transfer job is almost back to its own yard. The 2129 wears a special logo of Salute to Our Veterans.
Former MP power; others to the left are ex-IC, and more familiar with the P&L's territory
A trio of GP38-2 models are quietly resting within the confines of the PAL Oak Street yard as they wait for the next crew to utilize their 2000 horsepower output.