A trio of PAL engines work Oak Street yard on a chilly December morning with the UK painted unit leading.
PAL 1998 building its train to head to Madisionville KY late that night.
PAL's GP38-2's UK and U of L's universities wait for their next assignment.
PAL's University of Kentucky and University of Louisville
painted GP38-2's team up to lead the CSX transfer job.
PAL 1998, painted for the University of Kentucky, charges uphill through the "sand cut" with a short local in tow. Meeting Creek Road crosses here on the classic overhead bridge seen in the backgr... (more)
Paducah and Louisville's University of Kentucky inspired
GP38-2 leads an office car special back to Paducah as it
crosses Poplar Creek trestle near Westpoint Ky.
PAL's University of Kentucky painted "wildcat engine" rests at Oak Street Yard while a UPS jet makes its descent into Louisville.
PAL's University of Kentucky painted GP38-2 at Oak Street Yard. Paired with PAL 3811, the two units will soon be going to work on the "Night Local" between Louisville and Elizabethtown.
on a sunny morning, specially painted Paducah & Louisville GP38-2's #1998 and 3801 switch at Oak Street Yard. #1998 is painted for the University of Kentucky while #3801 is painted for the Univers... (more)
Office car train on loan to RJ Corman. This train will be on display in Frankfort for KY state officials.
PAL GP38-2 #1998 (formerly a GP40-2) is painted for the University of Kentucky. It wears the Wildcat logo on its hood. Canon EOS D30, Tamron 28-75 F2.8 XR Di lens.
Locomotive painted to comemorate the University of Kentucky