On a rainy Sunday afternoon eastbound NS OCS #956 passes through Clarks Station which is just outside the Louisville area. The OCS had been in town and used as a hotel for railroad executives and ... (more)
Originally delivered wearing standard YN3 colors from the factory during 2003, CSX SD70MAC #4771 was repainted during early 2013 and was among the first of its type to receive the "How Tomor... (more)
CSX train Q207, led by one of 14 SD50-3 rebuilds, holds the main at North LaGrange waiting for northbound Q226 which is suffering problems a few miles south.
Norfolk Southern GP59 #4639 wearing the "Operation Lifesaver" logo. While the paint is worn, it still appears in fairly good condition for the most part after all these years.
A PAL yard job led by GP40-3 #2119 and a Road Slug works Oak Street Yard while GP38-2 #3801 in University of Louisville colors and another unit await a future assignment.
On a really nice November afternoon, NS train #112 rounds the curve at LS Junction (also known as 12th street) with the colorful duo of GMTX SD60 #9027 and BNSF ES44AC #5903.
on a bitterly cold morning, RJ Corman GP38-2 #3802 leads its short train under the signal bridge at FX. About 5 hours later this same train would return to the small Water Street yard, where local... (more)
on a beautiful fall afternoon, CSX unit grain train G620 heads south on the Mainline Sub with a pair of ES44DC's in charge. Interestingly the train was entirely made of up CSX hoppers.
J765 led by CSX #2246 prepares to cross from the #1 main to the #2 to work the small yard before heading out onto the Lebanon Branch.
with the fall colors still evident, local J765 backs up to recouple to the remainder of its train and continue the journey south.
at M.P. 15 local J765 led by Road Slug #2246 backs up to drop a few hoppers at the Kenlite plant, formerly known as Solite. The rest of the train is visible in the distance.
Q574 with CSX AC4400CW #5102 leading crosses the Salt River after having met southbound Q201 at Bardstown Junction just a short time before this photo. It was a busy afternoon on the Mainline Sub.
CSX train Q201 heads south accross the Salt Rver Bridge in Shepherdsville with a pair of BNSF C44-9W's. The BNSF units added a nice burst of color to the scene.
under threatening skies CSX train J781 rolls by the NS Magolia Yard as it makes its way back home to nearby Osborn Yard. Not long after this photo, J781 and counterpart J772 would be abolished.
SIND ALco S2m #104 leads sister unit #103 and a short train through the woods of southern Indiana. The train is headed for Watson where the cars will be dropped off for pickup by CSX.