On lease to Evansville and Western.
EVWR power mingles near the railway's head office in Mt. Vernon, IN.
EVWR's Mt. Vernon, IN industrial switcher prepares to pick up some cars on the Mt. Vernon Branch before heading back to the yard.
A smart looking EVWR SD70MAC idles near Evansville Western Railroad's head office in Mt. Vernon, IN.
On lease to the Evansville & Western
With grain getting busy the leasers are out in force in this great little riverport town. This unit is a Conrail alumnus rebuilt to -2.
Now we know that every county has crime problems but do they need switchers at the jail?
Former Texas Mexican units now ease down Nettleton St. toward the engine facility.
One of my favorite rebuilds is the GP10 with dynamic brakes. This one was a Conrail unit at one time.
An interesting roster. You see each unit and wonder "Where did that come from?". This one started on on Kennecott Copper. Today it heads a westbound freight from Evansville.
One of the Mt. Vernon locals passes under a bridge as it enters downtown.
The harvest is starting and midwest railroad have loaded up on motive power. This unit was once in Conrail's fleet as a GP40-2 but has been deturbo'd.
HAD2 pulls across Indiana 62 and enters Southwind port.
A loaded coal train passes new construction on EVWR. The blue spot at the rear of the train is helper power that assisted in getting this heavy train over Belknap Hill leaving Evansville.