HAD1 bends around itself as it slowly negotiates the grades and curves to get in to Mt Vernon Terminal at Southwind.
The train stretches back over the Hwy 62 overpass as it makes its way in to Mt Vernon Transfer.
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.
6001 leads a loaded coal train through the S-curve in to Mt Vernon Transfer.
3834 pulls the train across Hwy 62 in to Southwind towards Mt Vernon Terminal.
MVL103 shoves across Indiana 62 for a pickup. I think the place is called Southwind, but they need to put up a sign to make it clearer.
MVT shoves across Indiana Hwy 62 to pick up cars at Southwind.
The morning Evansville train shoves across Indiana Hwy 62 to pick up empty cars at Southwind.
Power for the Mapco train sits on the wye at Southwind. The power was probably moved here to fuel.
MVT 1 completed a delivery to Southwind and is returning to the main.
3836 shoves cars over the brige and in to Southwind.
A remote controlled CGB engine dropped off some tank cars that the EVWR train in the background will pick up.
EVWR's newest engine and first SD60.
A worker remotely controls a GP7 doing some switching at Southwind.