Fields and Fences of Rural Indiana: Well under way to CSXT's Watson Interchange, the crew of the SIND has their load well under control as they pass a golf course in this rural portion ... (more)
Intraurban Line through Sellersburg: The classic Alco S2M power of the Southern Indiana Railroad rumbles through a residential portion of downtown Sellersburg, IN as they begin their jo... (more)
Railroading in small town America: The classic Alco S2M power of the Southern Indiana Railroad rumbles through a residential portion of downtown Sellersburg, IN as they prepare to break... (more)
LIRC J12A27(Jeffersonville to Speed Local) picks up loaded cement cars at Essroc located in Sellersburg, IN.
The sun breaks momentarily from behind summer storm clouds as CSX 222 leads another YN2 panted unit north over the Louisville & Indiana.
After exchanging cars with the Southern Indiana RR at Speed LIRC's J11A23 heads back south for its Jeffersonville yard.
After switching Essroc for a few hours, the local Southern Indiana Railway crew stopped to switch from using S2M 103 to 104 due to a traction motor issue with 103. The Southern Indiana Railway is ... (more)
The Southern Indiana Railway operates between the Essroc cement plant in Speed and the CSX interchange in Watson, IN. The route was originally an interurban line and features many sharp curves and... (more)
The evolution of an upgraded LIRC continues as a loaded
ballast train sits parked at Speed.
A pair of standard cab EMD's lead northbound Q226 up the LIRC at Sellersburg. CSX SD40-2 8404 was built as C&O
Louisville & Indiana Railroad's train CJ, the Columbus, IN to Jeffersonville, IN turn, passes through Sellersburg, IN with 26 cars and a matching pair of GP38-3's.
Louisville & Indiana Railroad, LIRC 2004 EMD GP38-3 at Essroc Ready Mix Concrete Supplier "Speed" Sellersburg, Indaina on March 22, 2014.
The 131st running of the Kentucky Derby had been run the day before as Amtrak's Derby special heads back to Chicago with L&N's Royal Street bringing up the northbound trip over the LIRC to Indy.
One of Southern Indiana Railway's rebuilt ALCO switchers was switching main customer in Sellersburg, IN