The new corporate image of the LIRC has now arrived.
Having arrived Saturday the 2001 rests after a days
work at Jeff Yard.
In the summer of 2005, power-short Indiana Southern Railroad turned to any source of loaner engine they could locate... and eventually worked out a deal to lease the three operating Algers, Winslo... (more)
To this day I have no idea why two former CP MLWs, at the time marked QGRY 4222 & 4242, were parked on a stub track near the LNA&C's interchange with NS, nor what ever became of the units.
The road crossing tower was still in operation 24 & 7 on this date as a fast manifest freight rolls west on the former NKP.
CSXT 2358 and CSXT 6958 (GP40-2) leads a rare local eastbound on the old B&O line through Seymour, Indiana.
Only a few weeks old one of the newest NS SD70ACe's
leads a westbound empty coal train up the the 2.8% grade of Duncan Hill.
G&W owned Genset makes it's way south from the Owens Corning plant in Brookville past a water truck in Cedar Grove.
G&W owned Genset makes it's way south from the Owens Corning plant in Brookville through the tree tunnels north of Cedar Grove, Indiana.
A Former Conrail SD60M Still in Conrail Paint Leads an Eastbound Freight Through Elkhart Indiana. This Locomotive Now days has been painted into NS Colors. The Number of locomotives still painted ... (more)
Two different eras of railroad equipment meet as NS 2545 passes a long retired Chicago South Shore & South Bend EMU at the Elkhart railroad museum.
Still looking good after many years, this ex-ATSF gator is loafing along on trackage operated by Squaw Creek, Yankeetown Dock and Norfolk Southern. It's a pie job.
"Just Another Day's Work"
BNSF #6360 leads a fast empty coal train through Pine Junction.
One of the last trains to run on the former Wabash Railroad 4th district is seen here returning from Westville as it is about to cross over the EJ&E Porter line at Crocker. Wabash F7 double A unit... (more)
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.