One of LIRC's specially painted veteran units hustles a northbound for Indianapolis as rain clouds approach from the south.
The Side of LIRC 3001 one of two Honoring our Veterans unit the LIRC has, if you see a veteran or an active member of the military thank them for the hard work they do to keep our freedom!
LIRC 3001 sits among other LIRC and a leaser in the engine pit in Clarksville.
One of LIRC's two SD40-2's takes a break between assignments in late day sun.
With river levels not reached for over twenty years northbound LIRC JXTR crosses the flooded Ohio into Indiana as the sun is about to set.
LIRC's newest addition has now arrived on the property. The 3002 originally built as SP SD45 8855 to 7421 then to CEFX 3113. It along with the 3001 are decorated in a special Honoring Our Veterans... (more)
Louisville & Indiana GP11's lead a local job north by the Clark County airport as they head for Speed Indiana.
LIRC 3001 leads the Z550-02 north into Columbus, Indiana as it crosses the old PRR era bridge.
The first six axle power to wear Louisville & Indiana's colors, SD40-2 #3001 sits outside the shop before going into service. The locomotive features a special "Honoring Our Veterans" herald. Pho... (more)
The Louisville & Indiana's newest addition to their roster works the yard making up its train for a northbound run to
Indianapolis. The 3001 is their first SD40-2 with one more soon to come in ... (more)
After shoving the ballast train just north of downtown Franklin, the crew now works back into town as they pass the historic Franklin Railroad Depot.
Shoving back from Edinburgh to the north end of Franklin, this ballast train works it's way toward their work point. Once reaching the industrial facility on the north end of town, they will begi... (more)
LIRC 2304 (GP39-2) leads the southbound LIRC Franklin Local south out of Franklin, Indiana past the old PRR depot.
After picking up a loaded potash train from the NS a quartet of LIRC GP's push the loads across the Ohio River
for their Jeffersonville yard.
Louisville & Indiana train J12A crosses their Ohio River Bridge into Louisville at sunset.