LIRC 3002 pulls some boxcars out of the WestRock paper facility on the east side of Columbus, IN. WestRock is one of several rail-served industries that the LIRC switches every weekday.
The duo of LIRC SD40-2's sporting Honoring Our Veterans schemes roll through the Columbus Yard southbound on their way to work industries nearby. LIRC 3002 is a rebuilt Southern Pacific SD45.
A CSX SD50 leads northbound autorack train Q206 on the LIRC during the golden hour of sun. SD50’s are being retired and have become a rare sight on mainline trains as of late. The bridge the train... (more)
Z550 pulls into the Columbus yard to switch cars between CSX autorack trains.
Louisville & Indiana's 3001 and 3002 have set off a few cars at their Columbus yard before resuming its trip for Indianapolis.
CSXT 4384 leads autorack train Q254 north on the LIRC towards Indianapolis. 4384 had it’s nose repainted because it originally carried the Spirit of Clinchfield sticker, but the sticker has since ... (more)
CSX Q204 crosses the hundred-year-old Pennsylvania Railroad bridge in downtown Columbus, Indiana. Q204 is a daily autorack/car parts train originating from Louisville, Kentucky.
LIRC Z550, led by the new SD40’s painted in the Saluting Our Veterans scheme, enters the southern limit of the Columbus yard. Z550 is the LIRC Monday-Friday freight from Jeffersonville to Indianap... (more)
Completing its run from Jeffersonville a northbound LIRC
freight crosses the Flatrock River as it arrives in Columbus.
LIRC 3001 leads the Z550-02 north into Columbus, Indiana as it crosses the old PRR era bridge.
LIRC's J33A arrives at Columbus after its northbound trip from Jeffersonville.
Shortly after departing its yard southbound LIRC KXTR passes through Columbus as it heads for Jeffersonville.
ex IAIS power on C122 a daily freight that works between Columbus Yard and Jeff Yard
It is just past midnight as a northbound CSX train passes over the Flatrock River on the Louisville & Indiana. The line was once a part of "The Pennsylvania Railroad," as the fading pain... (more)
A northbound CSX train on the Louisville & Indiana passes over a bridge that declares that it was once proudly part of "The Pennsylvania Railroad."