Indiana Railroad's daily Senate Ave Yard (Indianapolis) to Hiawatha Yard (Jasonville) road freight SAHW-22 soars over the south bank of Lake Lemon atop the Shuffle Creek Trestle on its westward jo... (more)
INRD 4002 (SD40-2) leads the INRD SAHW south out of Indianapolis, Indiana. A train dominated by INRD SD9043MACs, SAHW is led today by the unique INRD "Honoring First Responders" SD40-2.
INRD 4005 (SD40-2) leads the INRD Santa Train over Tulip Trestle in Tulip, Indiana
The Senate Ave - Hiawatha road freight crosses the impressive 2,295ft long Tulip Trestle spanning over the Richland Creek. When it was built in 1906, it was the longest railroad trestle in the Uni... (more)
Westbound Senate Ave - Hiawatha road freight soars over The Shuffle Creek Trestle and the southern tip of Lake Lemon. The water level has recently been dropped by two feet so the railroad can make... (more)
Indiana Railroad's Crane Turn arrives at Crane, passing the depot and run around track at Burns City.
Indiana Railroad's Crane Turn heads east across the rolling hills of the Latta Sub as they approach their final destination of Crane.
INRD 3805 (GP38-2) leads INRD OSASA west over the Shuffle Creek Viaduct north of Bloomington, Indiana. The viaduct was made for the IC on its route to Indianapolis, Indiana. It's nice to see an IN... (more)
INRD 9005 (SD9043MAC) leads INRD SAHW south out of Indianapolis, Indiana
INRD SAHW, led by INRD 9025 (SD9043MAC), flies south out of Indianapolis, Indiana with a train full of only stacks. Kind of weird seeing the train without any manifest freight.
INRD GP38-2s 3802 and 3803 shove their train into Hiawatha Yard in Jasonville after returning from Bloomfield.
INRD 3805 (GP38-2) rests with a parked local as LIRC 2001 (GP38-3) comes onto INRD trackage outside of INRD's Senate Ave Yard in Indianapolis, Indiana before a huge thunderstorm.
Westbound Indianapolis to Hiawatha yard train passing through the tree tunnels of Bloomington.
With intermodal cars to drop, the Indiana Rail Road freight between Indianapolis and Jasonville makes a detour across the Wabash River to Palestine, Ill., passing the abandoned silos at New Lebano... (more)
The Indiana Rail Road freight between Indianapolis and Jasonville (Hiawatha Yard) soars over Tulip Trestle.