April showers have brought May flowers however the rain hasn't quit yet as empty steel train 60A heads east with Dash 9 9318 leading and the original NS heritage unit 8114.
NS 319 departs off the siding at East Crandall after a meet with steel train 61A. The fall colors are beginning to "show out" in southern Indiana.
NS 25E passes the east end of Crandall during its journey through the southern Indiana countryside to Louisville.
Westbound through Crandall with a sharp looking SD60 leading.
A BNSF ES44DC leads an eastbound rail train from Crandall.
BNSF power leads an empty westbound coal train by Crandall as it heads back to the mines.
It's 1:29 AM and 11 degrees at the east end of Crandall. The eastbound ABS signals display a "clear" on the main and "restricting" out of the siding - there is no activity.