As a summer day ends LIRC's southbound J12A heads for Louisville crossing over the Ohio River.
A wild assortment of power! CSX Q504 has crossed the Ohio River and enters Indiana with eight different class of locomotives. BNSF C44-9W 1105 in heritage one paint is followed by CSX ES40DC 5255,... (more)
CSX local Y129 returns light back to Louisville with a wild assortment of power in a GP40-2,SW1001 and GP15T
After delivering potash empties on the Louisville side LIRC's JXTR returns light north to Jeffersonville.
The Side of LIRC 3001 one of two Honoring our Veterans unit the LIRC has, if you see a veteran or an active member of the military thank them for the hard work they do to keep our freedom!
LIRC 3001 sits among other LIRC and a leaser in the engine pit in Clarksville.
With river levels not reached for over twenty years northbound LIRC JXTR crosses the flooded Ohio into Indiana as the sun is about to set.
With its GP30 car body slug leading Y220 has crossed the Ohio River into Indiana.
The power of CSX Y220 glistens as the sun sets travels north over the Falls of the Ohio.
Having crossed the Ohio River two KCS belle's lead a northbound military train into Indiana.
A classic SD40-2 leads a northbound over the Ohio River into Indiana as it travels via the LIRC.
UP power leads an empty military train across the Ohio River as it enters Indiana.
Having traveled south down the LIRC the now since retired
CSX C40-8 7494 the former Conrail 6039 is about to head over the Ohio River for Louisville's Osborn Yard.
With five minutes to spare before sunset CSX Y220 enters Indiana with GP30 carbody slug leading. The 2248 was built as B&O 6908.
After dropping its ballast on the Kentucky side of the river
LIRC's 1803 leads its train north for a refill.