An interesting roster. You see each unit and wonder "Where did that come from?". This one started on on Kennecott Copper. Today it heads a westbound freight from Evansville.
Rolling through the Indiana countryside, past the old and new of farming structures.
Sometimes you get lucky... a one in three chance of getting system locomotive in the lead and not a much better chance of full sun. Nice to be lucky when you are 400 miles away from home.
The daily local to Evansville.
The Mt Vernon-Evansville turn sets off a car at the siding before heading back west.
Local train MVL 122 starts to descend the long grade in to Evansville.
MVL103 shoves across Indiana 62 for a pickup. I think the place is called Southwind, but they need to put up a sign to make it clearer.
Getting a train ready to go to Evansville.
On the way to Evansville.
MVL arrives at North Howell with a transfer.
3836 shoves cars over the brige and in to Southwind.