LIRC's GP11 1803 leads a northbound ballast through Scottsburg.
LIRC's GP11 1803 leads a northbound ballast train. The 1803 was originally built as UP GP9 135.
LIRC 2004 leads C122-25 a southbound manifest train over the Flatrock River bridge in Columbus, IN.
With a Pennsy schemed GP38-3 leading and another trailing, LIRC C122 crosses the former Pennsylvania Railroad Trestle over Flatrock River in Columbus, Indiana
LIRC 2004 leads C122-25 southbound through Scottsburg passing an old grain elevator.
A pair of 4 EMDs prepare to switch out some cars at the Kokomo Grain facility near Edinburgh, Indiana.
A 1/40 sec. pan shot of Pennsy inspired LIRC 2004 rolls down the jointed rail at Speed, Indiana as it heads for the yard in Jeffersonville.
A Pennsy painted LIRC GP38-3 leads a southbound freight across the CSX diamond, and by the former Pennsylvania Railroad signal at Seymour
An LIRC southbound freight, led by 5 EMDs, roll passed the cement plant at Speed, Indiana
A set of 5 EMDs lead a southbound LIRC freight train by a set of grain silos in Scottsburg, Indiana
The evolution of an upgraded LIRC continues as a loaded
ballast train sits parked at Speed.
LIRC C122-07 with LIRC 2002 leading a manifest train into the North end of LIRC Jeff Yard.
LIRC power sits outside the shops in Jeffersonville.
Southbound CJ rolls by Speed nearing its home at Jeffersonville.
A former Iowa Interstate now owned by the LIRC SD38-2
sits outside their shops waiting for its next assignment.