CSX Q226 with the Colonel Phillip Hooper SD40-2 leading has just crossed over the Ohio River into Indiana as it heads north for Indy over LIRC rails.
Northbound CSX rack train Q226 passes through the community of Underwood Indiana over the LIRC for Indianapolis.
After a twelve inch snowfall the night before LIRC's 2003
crew has parked the power in front of the office after working the yard.
The class NS ACe has lead 167 over the Ohio River arriving at the NS Youngtown Yard before continuing its trip east then south at Danville.
A KCS Belle leads NS 223 east by Lawrenceburg Ky.
Built in 1995 as Santa Fe 222 now a SD75M wears fresh NS paint as their 2803 leads 111 east towards Danville and points south from there.
The UP Olympic 2001 leads a southbound rack train down the CSX shortline to Louisville.
Built originally as UP 8015 today its owned by the NS as the 7245 leads 168 west across southern Indiana.
The sun finds a hole in the clouds as KCS ES44AC's 4833
and 4830 lead NS 239 west across southern Indiana.
During a tour with the SRHA a Southern SD40-2 waits for its next call to duty as it pokes its nose outside one of the shops.
A transfer caboose waits for its next assignment near the coal fields of eastern Kentucky.
A Southern switcher works the Danville Ky. yard.
With the Louisville Ky. NS yard having a traffic jam eastbound NS 285 with a KCS ACe leader waits its turn to proceed.
With two GE wide cabs on the rear for the push up the 2.8% grade of Duncan Hill a Ferromex ACe leads a very long 224 west.
A SP train makes its way towards LA as it nears Sullivans Curve.