CSXT 6918 switching at Guthrie, KY.

 Back in November of 2015, I made a short trip up to Guthrie, Kentucky, following CSX's Henderson Subdivision from north of Nashville, Tennessee. I didn't catch much along the line that day, but I happened upon CSXT 6918 on the point of a yard job at Guthrie.

CSXT 6918 is on the point of a yard job at Guthrie, KY
CSXT 6918 is on the point of a yard job at Guthrie, KY.

At Guthrie, KY., CSX has a small rail yard along its Henderson Subdivision. The rail yard sits just to the northwest of the Kentucky-Tennessee border. The Henderson Subdivision and yard has an interchange with a rail line used by R.J. Corman, via a wye connection just to the northeast of State Street. I caught CSXT 6918 (an EMD GP40-2) and another locomotive sitting on the southern leg of the wye. The cantilever signal bridge behind CSXT 6918 is along the Henderson Subdivision.

Photograph taken on November 17, 2015, at Guthrie, Kentucky.

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