The newest additions to the LIRC fleet, LIRC 2006 & LIRC 2007 waiting to be picked up off the NS Panama yard interchange.
LIRC J110-22 with LIRC 2003 leading a manifest train acrossed the Ohio River, passing LIRC Clagg tower.
Fresh painted Louisville and Indiana Railway 2006 in the company's Pennsylvania inspired paint scheme outside Mid America Car in Kansas City.
LIRC power waits for their next assignment.
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.