Corman sand train waits for a crew as it waits at Nugent sand.
A Couple of RJ Corman Locomotives are seen here resting at their yard in Lexington, KY. (PHOTO TAKEN WITH PERMISSION)
RJCC SW1200 1262 stands at the carrier's shop in Lexington, Kentucky. (Taken with permission)
A former Seaboard Coast Line SD45 now gutted stands with former L&N caboose at the front door to RJ Corman's at Lexington, Kentucky facility.
Tier 3 Genset, RJ Corman RS23BD 2017 is at Lexington, Kentucky on August 5, 2019. (Photo taken with permission)
RJ Corman 3856 leads the Heritage Highball train into Midway for a display, as a crowd of train fans watch and get their photos.
R.J. Corman power leads CRR 800 and the C&O 2716 east towards Midway for an eventual overnight stay in Lexington.
RJ Corman 3856 leads the Heritage Highball out of Frankfort.
The RJ Corman "My Old Kentucky Dinner Train passes the Jim Beam Distillery in Clermont. The original Beam distillery, called Old Tub was founded in 1795 by Jacob Beam. His whiskey was called ... (more)
Corman's empty aluminum train heads for home rails as it departs Louisville.
RJCM GP38-2 3863 and two GP38-3's sit at Central Avenue.
The RJ Corman Red & Silver paint scheme has been applied to a locomotive at their newest operation. Nashville & Eastern’s former LMX B39-8 now sports a modified RJ Corman paint scheme. The name ... (more)
Rush hour in downtown Frankfort.
A pair of RJ Corman SD40-2's head north as they blast out of Tunnel 9 on the CSX CC Sub.
A trio of RJ Corman Geeps lug the heavy train out of Auburn, headed to Russellville.