The new corporate image of the LIRC has now arrived.
Having arrived Saturday the 2001 rests after a days
work at Jeff Yard.
Louisville and Indiana Railroads 2002 is the second Geep to exit the Mid-America Car Shops in a PRR heritage paint scheme. EMDX 748 is seen in the MAC shops awaiting its transformation into a GATX... (more)
Not street running - but still running straight down the middle of town with one way streets on either side the LIRC Columbus to Jeffersonville train rolls through Seymour, IN.
A LIRC local passes the Clark County airport as it heads
north for Speed Indiana.
Seventeen days after the devastating March 2, 2012 tornado outbreak that ripped across Kentucky, southern Indiana, and parts of the south, a military trains heads south through Henryville, IN on t... (more)
The Louisville and Indiana Columbus to Jeffersonville train is getting close to their destination as they roll by the Clark County Airport with a Korean war era fighter jet on a post out front.
The Louisville and Indiana Columbus to Jeffersonville train is rolling over a bridge that clearly still shows the lines heritage as it leaves Columbus to head south.
The Avon to Columbus train is coming onto home rails off of CSX with the Indianapolis skyline in the background.
LIRC 2378 leads a southbound CJ with 39 mixed freight cars through Seymour, IN bound for Jeffersonville!
Louisville & Indiana's Columbus to Jeffersonville turn crosses the east fork of the White River on a beautiful fall morning.
With a CSX mother and slug in tow to be dropped off in Seymour LIRC GP39-2's lead the northbound CJ on a
snowy St.Patricks day.
It's a snowy St.Patricks day as the northbound CJ heads for Columbus.
After making a run to Louisville LIRC's 2376 and 2375 return to Jeff Yard as they cross the Falls of the Ohio.
The conductor of the JS3 waves to LIRC's bridge operator on the steps of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Clagg Tower as they bring their 50+ car train over the Ohio River
After delivering fifty-seven cars to the Port of Indiana
LIRC 2378 leads a light power move back to their