As the rain comes down patrons board a Kentucky Railway Museum train for Lexington lead by Seaboard System 118.
It's a pleasant early Sunday evening as many try their luck
fishing at the Falls of the Ohio as LIRC's J12A passes
unnoticed heading for Louisville.
LIRC's 2005 and 2303 work Essroc cement plant yard.
Westbound Intermodal train 22A is about to reach its destination of Louisville's Youngtown Yard as the Penn Central heritage unit leads the way.
After delivering and picking up a few cars at the Essroc plant at Speed Indiana LIRC's 2303 and 2005 return to their yard.
Operating on the Indiana Southern RR the NS Illinois Terminal heritage unit arrives at Oakland City leading coal loads. A couple of black NS units are on the back end.
Paducah & Louisville coal empty LSX1 returns to the McHenry mine for another load with the NS CNJ heritage
unit leading the way.
LIRC 1803 and its train takes on another load of fresh ballast as the railroad continues to upgrade it track.
LIRC 2004 sits parked in the siding by the Essroc Cement plant at Speed.
After working the Lebanon branch line southbound J765
passes under a relic on the L&N's steam era.
French Lick & West Baden number 1 trolley makes its rounds around the resort as AW&W RS 1 number 4 prepares to lead a Wizard of Oz afternoon excursion.
A standard cab Dash 9 leads 167 east by Birdseye.
AW&W RS1 4 recently restored by the French Lick & Scenic Railway takes break for its next Wizard of Oz excursion.
Recently restored by the French Lick & Scenic Railway Algers Winslow & Western RS1 number 4 returns to French Lick after an afternoon trip to Cuzco.
Still partially wearing its C&O paint CSX 4617 leads its southbound train to Louisville's Osborn Yard.