Kentucky Railway Museums L&N 152 leads a ferry move south for Bardstown where that weekend it and the Monon BL2 would lead excursions over the Bardstown Branch. Today the Bardstown Branch is opera... (more)
"Photographer's Special" just east of Paris, KY on the TTI Railroad.
L&N 152 is seen leading a passenger special between Louisville and Lexington, KY. Tom Golden photo.
L&N 152 basks in the sun, stripped of her outward wares and prepared for a thorough cleaning and final prep before her UT readings are taken. This was back in June, she now is back in the shop, th... (more)
Veteran Pacific 152 awaits abrasive blasting before getting a full ultrasonic test to determine the scope of the work to be done before she can be returned to service. Visit http://www.kyrail.org/... (more)
During memorial day weekend, The 111 year old 1905 Rogers built L&N 152 sits in KRM's shop undergoing restoration.
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Brady Sanker, veteran Kentucky Railway Museum steam crew member, works on preparing the flues in L&N 152 for removal. This marks the final work day on the engine in 2015, a year which saw the roll... (more)
L&N 152 sits quietly in the Kentucky Railway Museum shop, after having preliminary disassembling done in preparation for her impending overhaul. KRM members have established "Crew 152" which is de... (more)
I dug into a box of slides taken in the year 2000 and discovered this series of shots---all of which I had forgotten I had taken* (the Forest Gump "life is like a box of chocolates" phen... (more)
I dug into a box of slides taken in the year 2000 and discovered this series of shots---all of which I had forgotten I had taken* (the Forest Gump "life is like a box of chocolates" ph... (more)
L&N 152 struts her stuff on a morning run-by a few miles west (or "north" in L&N terms) of New Haven. This is the former Lebanon Branch of the L&N. About 17 miles of it was sold to the K... (more)
This event was an all-day photo charter on the TTI between Paris and Maysville, KY (former L&N P&M Branch) with L&N 152 and three heavyweight L&N cars (two coaches, and Pullman "Mt. Broderick... (more)