After a twelve inch snowfall the night before LIRC's 2003
crew has parked the power in front of the office after working the yard.
Louisville & Indiana Railroad's train CJ, the Columbus, IN to Jeffersonville, IN turn, passes through Sellersburg, IN with 26 cars and a matching pair of GP38-3's.
LIRC's 2001 takes a break from its days activities outside
the house at Jeff Yard.
LIRC's JS1-20 heads back west for Jeff yard after a day of switching on the Dutch Industrial Lead located in downtown Jeffersonville, IN.
A LIRC job works the yard.
The area's first snow of the season arrives as LIRC's JS1
job rolls past The Lady. The sculpture commissioned several years ago was made from scrap metal most of which were hub caps and dedicate... (more)
LIRC's 2004 glimmers in the suns last light of day as it makes a light engine move north out of Jeffersonville.
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Autumn's splendor makes a gloomy day a little brighter as LIRC's northbound JS1 job works the Essroc cement plant just north of Sellersburg.
A pair of L&I GP11's works Essroc Cement at Speed, IN during March 2012. The three units in this group, LIRC 1801-1803, would be retired by the end of the year.
After meeting a northbound CSX rack train at Scottsburg
LIRC 2378 leads its grain train south for Jeffersonville.
With three GP39-2's in charge LIRC 2378 leads the trio south with a grain train about to duck under U.S. 31 at Scottsburg.
Louisville & Indiana duo 2003 and 2871 set off cars on the Norfolk Southern interchange tracks along Louisville’s river front.
A trio of green and yellow LIRC power leads a southbound grain train into Jeffersonville.