A pair of L&I GP11's works Essroc Cement at Speed, IN during March 2012. The three units in this group, LIRC 1801-1803, would be retired by the end of the year.
IC GP11 8733 sits in downtown Monticello with the museum's all IC work train. Only at the Monticello Railway Museum can you find a 100% authentic IC work train in operation!
AVR-2 doubles through the crossing at 33rd St in Bloomfield before working the businesses in the industrial park.
AVR-2 heads for the wye in Arnold City during an early March snowstorm.
SG2 in Saint-Lambert Terminals.
New kid on the block. Signs of the new ownership are evident as 1402 sits among the fleets older locomotives.
He shoots, he scores!
No, this is not photoshopped, and yes this really did happen. AVR's extra job heads for the Wheeling interchange at Bruceton while a westbound CSX freight train passes underneath. It was a perfect... (more)
AVR 3 crew drops down the siding to pick up empties at the International Paper plant.
FCRD 1810 makes a light move toward the port to rearrange some boxcars.
USSC 303 (ex. SCXF 9032) works a team track at Moore Haven, kicking one of the covered hoppers on the siding to the middle of their train as the Sebring Turn.
The conductor of the JS3 waves to LIRC's bridge operator on the steps of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Clagg Tower as they bring their 50+ car train over the Ohio River
AVR 3 is about to duck under PA Route 136 on their way west to switch Performance Products.
After working the International Paper plant in Wylandville, AVR 3 heads west to switch Performance Products.
After completing work at NS's Island Avenue Yard, the AVR Island Avenue turn throttles up heading back east to the CSX connection back to Glenwood.