LIRC's GP38-2's 223,221 and 220 lead a northbound from Jeffersonville.
SIND's S2M's 104 and 103 near Watson to interchange with CSX.
A Conrail GP38-2 waits for crew to take a northbound
from Jeffersonville in October 1985.This yard and trackage is now the Louisville & Indiana.
After completing its daily switching duties CSX Y220 begins its trip home to Osborn yard.
Louisville & Indiana's northbound leaves Jeffersonville.
CSX Y220 lead by a road slug heads south down the Nabb branch at Watson.
Built for Conrail as their 5078 it would become NS 4809
in the Conrail split before becoming CSX 5971.Seen here CSX B40-8 5971 leads Q503 south on the LIRC as it nears Jeffersonville.
Built originally for the NYC as their 8263 the now TDIX
106 awaits its fate as it sits behind the shops of the LIRC
Former Katy to UP GP39-2 2375 works some industry in Jeffersonville.
Amtraks Kentucky Cardinal has arrived in Jeffersonville
after making its run down the LIRC with its P32BWH 500 in command.
A CSX road slug set is taking a break over the Thanksgiving weekend at the Louisville & Indiana yard in Jeffersonville, Indiana.
Obviously ex-Conrail, these units just sort of disappeared. I would if LIRC ever repainted them.
Switching at Jeff Yard.
LIRC 1803 (GP11), LIRC 220 (GP38-2), and former Pacific Harbor Line 103 (GP9) at Jeffersonville.