CSX and L&N have left little doubt to the milepost, as a coal train returns west from a barge transload for another load of Illinois sub-bituminous.
Evansville Western switches the Port of Indiana.
Night Reflection- An EVWR Geep, reflects the night away, awaiting the daylight and another call to duty, pushing and pulling scads of hoppers and tank cars all over the greater Mt Vernon Terminal.... (more)
The local from downtown Mt Vernon heads north to begin it's dance with the Evansville train as they shuffle cars north of town at the end of the day.
Returning from Evansville the crew has just made it's last pickup at the Southwind Marine Terminal. It's now time to bring this GP39 home.
The train from Mt Vernon to Evansville is backing through the wye to pick up its cars from the Port of Indiana in Mt Vernon, IN.
MVL1 prepares to do some work at Lamont.
A battered CF7 shuffles cars across a port access road that will ultimately be picked up by Evansville Western. Ironically, this is one of the few trains I could find moving on New Years Day.
A new pair of matched GE AC's pull an EVWR coal train past the Southwind wye. It is going to Pattiki Mine in southern IL to load.
6001 leads a loaded coal train through the S-curve in to Mt Vernon Transfer.
It's laundry day at EVWR! 3838 just got a bath, now it's on to 3839.
The Mt Vernon-Evansville turn sets off a car at the siding before heading back west.
Engine 3834 rests under a full moon at EVWR's headquarters.
3834 pulls the train across Hwy 62 in to Southwind towards Mt Vernon Terminal.