Two PAL crews thrash around in the former Illinois Central Kentucky Division yard at Louisville. The 3801 honors the University of Louisville Cardinals.
Empty hopper train LG1 (Kosmosdale to Madisonville) drops off the hill at Black Rock on its southward trip back to the coal mines. Today's consist includes PAL 3807 (GP38-2), PAL 2129 (GP40-2), PA... (more)
A PAL coal empty passes through Millwood Ky. as it
heads west for a refill.
A PAL local out of Louisville heads south towards the Cecil, KY, with a bunch of empty frame flats. The local has just top the grade south of West Point. This warm summer day has the train on a he... (more)
A local to Cecila, KY, is crossing the Salt River near West Point. A pair of GP38's power this 2,900 foot train. This train held north of the bridge til they could get a proceed signal at the diam... (more)
The "Louisville Local" heads south through Radcliff with a pair of GP38-2s. Both units began their careers as SSW "late model" GP40-2s and display several features indicating their SP heritage. PA... (more)
The "Louisville Local" crosses Pendleton Road as it heads south out of town.
LP3 sits on the main at Shively. Today's consist includes seven GP38-2s: PAL 3807, 3808, 3809, 3800 and three GMTXs.
The morning yard job switches at Oak Street Yard.
Three PAL GP38-2s rest at Oak Street Yard - 3807, 3811, 3812.