Saturday afternoon at the Louisville & Indiana shops at Jeffersonville.
A LIRC crew delivers a potash train to the Port of Indiana with CPKC and NS power.
Taking a break for the Memorial Day weekend three of the LIRC's GP's line up nicely outside the shop.
About thirty minutes before sunset a quartet of LIRC GP's head for their Jeffersonville yard after picking cars up from the Port of Indiana.
After delivering a potash train to the Port of Indiana in Jeffersonville LIRC power heads light back to it yard.
LIRC's 2001 leads JXTR a potash train for the Port of Indiana.
MG Rail GP7u 3833 remotely backs into one of the many industries in the Clark Maritine Center. The structure in the background is the Lewis & Clark bridge over the Ohio River to Louisville, Ky.
MG Rail (Merchants Grain Rail) GP7u 3833 takes a break from its duties at the industrial park in Jeffersonville. The 3833 began life as ATSF GP7 2752.
After making a delivery and picking up a few cars at the Clark Maritine Center LIRC J12A starts to head back to their yard.
LIRC 2302 was built for the KATY as their 376 before going to the UP as... (more)
M216 crosses the Ohio river between Louisville< KY and Jeffersonville Indiana on the Louisville & Indiana RR.
A five unit LIRC JXTR comes off the Nabb Branch (former B&O)
after making a delivery to the Jeffersonville Maritine Center before entering the main and their yard.
CSXT 3194 leads Q352 over the Ohio River and into Indiana on LIRC trackage.
LIRC's K0X2-08 (Kokomo Grain to Louisville,KY) passes LIRC's Jeff Yard office southbound with a colorful lash-up pulling 85 loads of grain.
After making a delivery to CSX MG Rail returns light to their yard passing an old silo whose days are probably numbered.
New homes are being constructed in what use to be a thriving