Louisville & Indiana train J12A crosses their Ohio River Bridge into Louisville at sunset.
Louisville & Indiana train J12A crosses the Ohio River after working the Louisville end of their railroad. GP39-2 #2302 and 2301 lead the train at sunset headed for more work in Jeffersonville.
After flagging a crossing LIRC's northbound CXTR continues its trip towards Columbus.
Freshly painted LIRC 2302 the former 2375 leads a northbound for Columbus.
LIRC's 2005 and 2001 has just crossed the Ohio River as it arrives at Clagg and the lift bridge.
Having just cleared the lift bridge a barge continues it trip up the Ohio while a southbound LIRC job now has the green to proceed across.
After making a delivery to the Port of Indiana LIRC's 2304 leads J13A back to its Jeffersonville yard.
LIRC's J33A arrives at Columbus after its northbound trip from Jeffersonville.
LIRC 2006 leads CSX Z550 south through CP Dale in Indianapolis, Indiana past the old PRR CPL's. CP Dale is where the old PRR south of Indy crossed the Indianapolis Belt Railroad.
Two LIRC GP39-2's lead a northbound for Columbus on a beautiful spring day.
LIRC's JXTR races north for Indy as it rolls by the Essroc cement plant at Speed.
A Louisville & Indiana train picks up a few cars parked at the Essroc Plant before continuing north.
LIRC J12A27(Jeffersonville to Speed Local) picks up loaded cement cars at Essroc located in Sellersburg, IN.
LIRC 2301 leads train C12A19 at Speed – place name and literally – over the Continuous Welded Rail allowing 49 mph track speed.
After dropping its ballast on the Kentucky side of the river
LIRC's 1803 leads its train north for a refill.