ATSF #2546 waits its duties of the day while the sun rises in New Haven,KY
ATSF #2546 heading south for New Haven,KY with 20 autoracks.
L&N #152 making excellent time on her way to Boston, KY. A pan shot at 1/13th. For more panned photos Railroad: Louisville & NashvilleLocomotive: Steam 4-6-2Location: New Haven, Kentucky, USALocomotive #: LN 152Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: August, 2008
Former Santa Fe CF7 2546 now resides at the Kentucky Railway Museum. She is the only CF7 left in this Santa Fe scheme.
L&N #152 barrels down the track at a nice clip en route to Boston, KY. Fellow RP'r and KRM volunteer Alex Moss gives a friendly wave along the way.
Forgotten, but not gone... Two junk yard survivors sit in the field across from the KRM. L&N #2152, an 0-8-0 was later renumbered 285 and then eventually sold to Republic Steel Corporation.
L&N Pacific 152 simmers outside of KRM's engine house on this Labor Day weekend. She'll get her fire built back up in the morning for another day full of excusions.
Crew members prepare L&N 152 for the day trips. Visit KYRail.org for more info.
The Kentucky Railway Museums 4-6-2 L&N 152 speeds past a small barn on its way to Boston, KY. Visit KYRail.org for more info.
L&N #152 travels through Main Street in the town of New Haven just after departing the station. Visit KYRail.org for more info.
Firemen Tim Nelson puts a scoop of coal in the firebox before pulling into the station!
The crew prepares their fine looking "pacific" for her trip west.
A crane and an old FM sit on static display as part of the KY Railway Museum's collection of defunct equipment.
Former Santa Fe 2546 takes in the morning sun for now. She'll soon be leading this consist on another excursion at the Kentucky Railway Museum in New Haven, Kentucky.