Tonight I put F&H Geordie Ale batch 090501 into the keg.
I have a couple of pictures but not as many as I would have liked, because I found myself about two hands short of being able to use the camera.
Here's the carboy after I pulled it out of the fermentation chamber.
Note the sediment at the bottom - this was evident less than 24 hours after I put the beer in secondary.
Using the same racking pump I'm transferring the beer into the keg. It was clean and sanitized beforehand.
And finally, the keg, connected to the CO2 tank in the kegerator-to-be. It's carbing at about 9.5 PSI.