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  1. RJCP 7116 ex-BN SD40-2

    RJCP 7116 ex-BN SD40-2

  2. RJCC 3806 ex-SOU GP38

    RJCC 3806 ex-SOU GP38

  3. Long forgotten vintage cars.

    Long forgotten vintage cars.

    Cars were behind an old abandoned depot in Andalusia, AL. Louisville - Nashville RR mail car? & Caboose.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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...
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. Sparkling tuxedo

    Sparkling tuxedo

    Fresh from the paint shops in Altoona, C40-9W 9937 sparkles in the sun as he leads NS 375 out of Harrodsburg, KY--NS Central Division, Louisville Dst.
  12. A Canadian "Silver Bullet"

    A Canadian "Silver Bullet"

    This shiny new silver autorack from the Canadian Pacific Railway made an appearance on train NS 287 as he heads west to his destination at the Shelbyville Mixing Center on the NS Louisville Dst. Both the CP and Canadian National(CN)are now sporting new autoracks.
  13. Hooking up the Engine

    Hooking up the Engine

    Engines are being coupled to a passenger train in Louisville at Union Station. Amazing I could get that close, then, without anyone being concerned. Try it today!
  14. L&N Switch in Louisville

    L&N Switch in Louisville

    Taken in the mid-50's at Union Station in Louisville.
  15. C&O arriving in Louisville - Central Station

    C&O arriving in Louisville - Central Station

    Probably the "George Washington", C&O's train from the east to Louisville. Taken in the Mid-50's at The now gone Central Station.
  16. L&N Work Car

    L&N Work Car

    This was taken in the mid-50's in Louisville just outside Union Station (visible in the upper left of the photo).
  17. B & O in Louisville at the Old Central Station

    B & O in Louisville at the Old Central Station

    As a teenager in the 50's, I used an old Kodak Pony 135 and took slides as best I could.
  18. Old Reliable in Louisville, Ky - 1950's

    Old Reliable in Louisville, Ky - 1950's

    While in high school in the 1950's, my good railroading friend, Jim Herron (now of Herron Rail Video)and I would wander down to Union Station many a weekend. I had an old Kodak Pony 35mm and took this picture. Jim recently "digitized" it and cleaned it up for me.
  19. 1950's Monon in Louisville, Ky

    1950's Monon in Louisville, Ky

    Here is a 1950's view of a Monon engine in Louisville, Ky. Taken with a Kodak Pony 35mm when I was in high school.
  20. 1950's Louisville, KY Central Station

    1950's Louisville, KY Central Station

    Back in the 1950's my good railroading friend (we were in high school) was Jim Herron now of Herron rail videos. We would wander down to the yards on the weekends and I had an old Kodak Pony 35mm camera. This is one of the slides I took 50+ years ago.



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