Southbound RB&BB circus train heading towards it's Indianapolis, IN destination on the CSX railroad near Linden, IN. The train originated in Green Bay, WI.
Amtrak's northbound Cardinal splits the semaphores at the north end of Linden siding just minutes after dawn. Later, the sky would clear for a gorgeous day of shooting on the Monon.
CSX's Avon, Ind./Big Four Yard to Lafayette, Ind., turn J726 charges southbound through the intermediate semaphores just north of Linden, Ind. The semaphores and pole line are scheduled to come do... (more)
With the influx of great photos recording the last days of the old Monon semaphores, I thought it might be fitting to share a photo of the semaphores when Monon power still ruled the rails. There... (more)
CSX J-771-10 heads south through Linden at MP-138 on the Hoosier Sub just before Sunset.
After finishing their work at Linden, J771 continues south on Monon rails in the last light of a hazy sunset.
Sometimes you're the windshield, sometimes you're the bug...
J726 heads back to Indianapolis light-power, passing one of the soon-to-be replaced sets of semaphore signals north of Linden. This... (more)
Restored Monon caboose on display at the Linden Railroad Museum. Behind it is the former Monon main line, now owned by CSX.
Waiting. Engineer kicks back while the locals holds blocks ahead of him.
These are the seldom-photographed intermediate signals between Romney and Linden. In my opinion the best-looking pair still standing.
A BNSF GE leads a freight down the former Monon on a very cold January day.
GM73 leads 310 south through Linden.
Train order boards silhouetted... sure wish there were lenses in the open holes.