The CP Air Force unit leads a southbound CSX grain train over the LIRC to Jeffersonville as it nears Seymour.
After sitting in Indianapolis for nearly two days, K883 heads south on the Louisville and Indiana with a rainbow lashup. In the lead is CP's Air Force tribute unit.
EMD's newest product leads one of their most reliable on an evening southbound down the Louisville and Indiana main.
J780 heads west through downtown Seymour with an ex-Conrail GP38 in charge.
The LIRC veterans duo rolls through downtown Seymour as storms approach from the north.
In the backyards of the Mutton Creek Estates, Q504-29 wakes up the neighborhood. Splitting the old B&O CPL's is CSXT 4055, a rebuilt SD40. Definitely different to see codeline right in the yards!
LIRC 2301 breaks the midday silence in downtown Seymour, Indiana as it splits the town in half. To the right is an old B&O CPL signal that guards the diamond.
North Vernon Local J-780 heads west from Seymour toward Mitchell.
CSXT 2555 leads J780 over the diamond in downtown Seymour, Indiana. From here it'll head a few miles east down the line to North Vernon.
A trio of LIRC GP39-2s, lead a grain train across the Seymour Interlocking, in Seymour, Indiana.
With 65 cars in tow southbound LIRC JXTR does a little street running in Seymour on a windy autumn day as it heads for its Jeffersonville home.
Southbound for Jeffersonville passes through downtown Seymour and will cross the CSX shortly
A Pennsy painted LIRC GP38-3 leads a southbound freight across the CSX diamond, and by the former Pennsylvania Railroad signal at Seymour
Seymour Local is heading to L & I yard to pickup interchange.