Industry switcher RS2L works Martts on the PAL’s “Old Fitz Lead”. Note the material stacked in the foreground, and cut rails next to the locomotive’s lead truck. This was the former diamond with t... (more)
Yard job RS1L finishes up their day as they head out to “Early Times Siding” with the LP3 train, where it will spend several hours until the LP3 crew comes to work later in the evening.
A colorful mixture of Paducah & Louisville power idles in the early morning sunlight.
In the early days lettering was minimum and this unit was better looking that most of the IC's legacy.
By this point the silver paint scheme was becoming very common.
One of three University of Kentucky inspired paint schemes that the Paducah & Louisville has leads a coal empty south at Spring Lick. The 4522 celebrates UK's eight national basketball championshi... (more)
After relieving PL4 at Muldraugh, the LCL1 crew rolls across the "low trestle" as they work their way toward Louisville. They'll set out the 4504 at Kosmosdale for an LG&E train and cont... (more)
PAL's Salute to the Troops GP40-3 2127 leads a local job south from its Louisville yard.
A northbound PAL ballast train has taken the siding at Leitchfield as it waits for a new crew.
P&L's University of Louisville painted MAC poses at Oak Street Yard on a lazy Saturday afternoon.
An extra weekend Scotty's Stone turn passes the "Jerusalem Ridge" marker, homeplace of Bluegrass legend Bill Monroe, at the foot of Rosine Hill. The crew is handling 30 loads of rock sou... (more)
Paducah & Louisville's saluting our veterans and troops
GP40-3's wait for their next assignment.
A trio of PAL engines work Oak Street yard on a chilly December morning with the UK painted unit leading.
Paducah & Louisville is seen working their Louisville Yard by the Consolidated Grain & Barge Company silo on a hot July day.