Two of the NS executive engines sit quietly awaiting their next assignment next to the shop at Gest Street yard.
Just north of Verona,KY, Q231 passes a horse pasture and a freshly painted fence.
Less than 3 weeks after a major derailment at this sight, trains move through here at track speed of 50/60 MPH. The aftermath of the wreck is still piled up awaiting the scrappers torch.
With the sun setting over Cincinnati, I get a chance to use the lessons learned from another photographer on doing glint shots. (Thanks Erik)
Less than an hour ago NS 61A derailed at Richwood,KY. In the distance, it appears there are around 20-30 cars piled up. This is a lone car that came off at Frogtown Road crossing.
Q574 waits in the hole at Lagrange Kentucky for q241 to pass. Q241 was in emergency 20 minutes before giving me time to set up a few shots of my conductor.
J772 waits for permission past the stop signal at the north end of Campbellsburg.
J772 splits the Semaphore signals at the North End of Cambellsburg.
Indiana Eastern's newest locomotives wait for their delivery on Queensgate's Loco pit to go to their new home.
A night cab shot crossing the Ohio River bridge.
Coming through the Latonia tunnel enroute to Queensgate.
An abandoned call box rests near the switch it once helped to protect.
The blue lock hangs vicariously on the switch stand awaiting a carman to come by soon and inspect some cars.