Red and white INRD SD60s, semaphores, a horse and a John Deere tractor create an ideal "Indiana" type of scene on the Hoosier Sub east of Orleans.
CSX Z491 breaks the silence of the afternoon as it cuts through Orleans on its way to Louisville.
Z491 splits the semaphores at Hitchcock; a scene this house has probably witnessed since the Monon owned the line.
Splitting the blades. CSXT Z491, also known as Indiana Rail Road's HWLV (Hiawatha Yard to Louisville), splits one of over a dozen sets of active semaphores on CSX's former Monon Hoosier Sub... (more)
INRD 9007 and 9008 have not yet been delivered to the Indiana Rail Road. Both units have spent the past couple of weeks on the Paducah and Louisville where they are being put to work on coal train... (more)
Westbound through Bedford at U Street.
Z490 passes the semaphores at Leipsic as it heads north toward Bedford on the old Monon.
The Indiana Railroad is one of the more mysterious visitors to this part of Chicago, but with a bit of luck they can be found.
A coke train from the Indiana Railroad sits in Galewood awaiting a new crew.
Northbound INRD train splits the semaphores at the south end of Orleans.
Northbound INRD train about to split the semaphores at Hitchcock on the old Monon.
Welcome to New Pekin! A short INRD southbound heads south on the Hoosier Sub.
Two SD60s and six cars head south through the beautiful southern Indiana hill country near Deam Lake State Park.
An INRD southbound enters Louisville on the NS (former Kentucky & Indiana Terminal) bridge over the Ohio River. Seen here descending the east approach, about to enter NS's Youngtown Yard.
Odd ball units rests on a hot August evening.