The new corporate image of the LIRC has now arrived.
Having arrived Saturday the 2001 rests after a days
work at Jeff Yard.
A SD40-2 leads a work train into Lawrenceburg.
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.
Thw NS Virginian heritage unit leads 142 north nearing
its completion over the former CNO&TP.
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.
A LIRC local passes the Clark County airport as it heads
north for Speed Indiana.
Under overcast skies the NS Honoring Veterans unit leads NS 179 south over the old CNO&TP.
NS 224 heads west by Tucker in late day sun.
A KCS ACe leads NS 167 east across southern Indiana
on a beautiful spring afternoon.
After leading a northbound earlier that morning into Louisville PAL power waits for its next assignment.
The NS Southern heritage unit leads 23G east.
NS 23G departs Louisville's yard as the Southern
heritage unit leads the way for its trip east.
The final curtain call would soon be near for this Southern yellow bay window caboose as it sat in the Danville yard waiting for its next assignment.
A light set of SD40-2's arrives in Lexington's yard on a late February afternoon.
After dropping off its passengers in Huntingburg a NS
OLS train heads back east for Louisville.