The new corporate image of the LIRC has now arrived.
Having arrived Saturday the 2001 rests after a days
work at Jeff Yard.
After traveling south down the LIRC Amtrak's Kentucky
Derby charter special has arrived in Jeffersonville.
Bringing up the back end is Milwaukee Roads observation car Wisconsin.
MGRail slug 3963 and its mother work the Port of Jeffersonville. The 3963 was originally built in October
1950 as ATSF GP7 2650 the class unit before eventually
rebuilt as a slug.
After delivering fifty-seven cars to the Port of Indiana
LIRC 2378 leads a light power move back to their
LIRC's GP38 223 leads fifty-seven cars to the Port of Indiana along the Ohio River.
A CSX transfer enters Jeffersonville Yard on the L&I
L&I's customer appreciation special sits at the former Amtrak station. A faint rainbow is visible at the rear.
Tucked away inside the Louisville and Indiana’s enginehouse at Jeffersonsville, Indiana, on August 10, 2012 are GP39-2 No. 2371 and GP11 No. 1801.
LIRC's GP16 1609 leads a southbound towards Jeff
Yard crossing the CSX diamond at Boyd Tower. The
1609 has since been retired and the tower,signal and for that matter the CSX crossing the LIRC n... (more)
CSX Y220 eases through the span over the Middle Chute of Ohio River on its way to Jeff Yard in Jeffersonville, IN at dusk. A flock of Canada Geese flies past while a variety wading birds and a fi... (more)
Two "mother" or "master" CSX units, GP-40-2's 6416 and 6469 in the center, are flanked by slug units 2286 and 2332 (former GP35 and GP40 respectively) as they cross the Ohio River on former PRR's ... (more)
LIRC's 1801 leads the 1802 and two cars back to its yard
after making a pickup at Jeffboat.
With the sun about to dip below the horizon LIRC's
northbound CJ rolls under Veterans Parkway leaving Jeffersonville behind.
LIRC's GP16 1610 sits under the sanding tower as it and
fellow units wait for their next assignment.
Nearing sunset LIRC's 1803 and 1801 work some industries around Jeffersonville.