LIRC JS1 crosses the Falls of the Ohio as it heads north back to Indiana.
LIRC JS1 enters Indiana after picking up cars on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River.
CSX Y129 runs light south back to Louisville's Osborn Yard.
The 2695 was originally built for the L&N while the 6396
was a former RF&P unit.
As sleet pelts me on gloomy late winter day three matched
PAL SD70MACS leads coal empties back to the mines in western Kentucky.
A Canadian visitor leads NS 376 east.
On lease to the LIRC the JS1 job enters Jeff Yard with CEFX 3804 and 3803 for todays power.
A BNSF SD75I in H2 paint leads southbound CSX Q241 towards Osborn Yard.
BNSF 1062 accelerates CSX Q275 south after departing Louisville's Osborn yard.
On lease from Amtrak four F40PH's lead NS 375 west into Louisville.
A white faced BN SD40-2 leads stacks east as it hits the diamond at Rochelle.
LIRC's JS1 job heads for the Port of Indiana up the CSX Nabb Branch.
Assigned as the Duncan Hill pusher the NS Erie heritage unit pushes 239 up the grade after a winter storm had left the area covered in snow the night before.
The northbound LIRC CJ heads for Columbus on a snowy Valentines day.
A coating of ice incases everything around as a westbound
empty coal train approaches Louisville.
I had unexpected surprise when I heard on the scanner this morning the NS CNJ heritage unit leading 376 east over a
snow and ice covered landscape.