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  1. Colorado Springs

    Colorado Springs

    The view from Pikes Peak Community College. I'd like to see this in HO scale - the Rocky mountains cut-out would probably take up the whole basement... This is where your natural spring water comes from.
  2. L&N Relic At Flomaton, AL

    L&N Relic At Flomaton, AL

    This old L&N Railroad coaling tower built in 1943 still stands on the North end of the yard in Flomaton, AL on the CSX M&M Subdivision.
  3. Tuscaloosa L&N Depot

    Tuscaloosa L&N Depot

    This former L&N passenger station in downtown Tuscaloosa, AL is privatly owned and is used for private catered parties.
  4. Flomaton, AL Meet

    Flomaton, AL Meet

    This train, seen in Flomaton, AL, is on the M&M Sub heading North as is slows to enter the PD Sub for a trip down to Pensacola, FL. The train would have to stop on the South leg of the wye to wait for a North bound MTY coal train to exit the PD Sub and enter the M&M Sub on the North leg...
  5. Pollard, AL Coal Train

    Pollard, AL Coal Train

    CSX T110-28 MTY coal train heads fast through South Alabama in the town of Pollard. This view shows the train heading North on the M&M Subdivision after coming off of the PD Subdivision in Flomaton.
  6. South Bound At Brewton, AL

    South Bound At Brewton, AL

    This CSX freight has just met a North bound MTY coal train and is seen here moving South through Brewton, AL on the old L&N M&M Subdivision.
  7. Entering The PD Sub

    Entering The PD Sub

    This unidentified CSX train leaves the M&M Subdivision and enters the PD Sub via the South Leg of the Wye in Flomaton, AL.
  8. South Of The Border Visitor In Montgomery, AL

    South Of The Border Visitor In Montgomery, AL

    This is the Ferromex 4640 seen on the point of a CSX train in Montgomery, AL on April 10, 2007. The shots were taken in the CSX (L&N) Yard on the S&NA Subdivison and also leaving the yard as it entered the M&M Sub toward Mobile.
  9. South Of The Border Visitor In Montgomery, AL

    South Of The Border Visitor In Montgomery, AL

    This is the Ferromex 4640 seen on the point of a CSX train in Montgomery, AL on April 10, 2007. The shots were taken in the CSX (L&N) Yard on the S&NA Subdivison and also leaving the yard as it entered the M&M Sub toward Mobile.
  10. South Of The Border Visitor In Montgomery, AL

    South Of The Border Visitor In Montgomery, AL

    This is the Ferromex 4640 seen on the point of a CSX train in Montgomery, AL on April 10, 2007. The shots were taken in the CSX (L&N) Yard on the S&NA Subdivison and also leaving the yard as it entered the M&M Sub toward Mobile.
  11. Northbound on the S&NA Sub

    Northbound on the S&NA Sub

    This CSX mty coal train heads North through Clanton, AL on the CSX (L&N) South & North Alabama (S&NA) Subdivision. Notice the L&N Depot behind the train.
  12. L&N

    L&N

    1 GP-38 and 3 GP-38-2's take a break at Dolton IL 10-80
  13. L&N Family Lines

    L&N Family Lines

    Southbound transfer at Thorton Jct IL 1-84
  14. L&N Family Lines

    L&N Family Lines

    3 SD40-2's #'s 3594, 8021, & 8035 roll a Southbound thru Woodland Jct IL in July of 82
  15. L&N Family Lines

    L&N Family Lines

    SD40-2 approaches Thorton Jct on 5-10-81
  16. L&N Family Lines

    L&N Family Lines

    Southbound at Jay tower Chicago Heights IL
  17. L&N

    L&N

    B23-7"s await next assingment at Dalton IL in July of 79
  18. L&N Family Lines

    L&N Family Lines

    2386 laying over between assingments at Dalton Il
  19. L&N Business Car

    L&N Business Car

    Louisville Union Station in the 1950's
  20. Louisville Union Station

    Louisville Union Station

    An L&N switch engine sitting in the yard at LUS, 1950's photo



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