An amply powered Louisville & Indiana transfer comes across the bridge in Louisville to interchange with NS and P&L.
Now off the roster for a few months in 2015 the LIRC leased
a couple of IAIS SD38-s. Here the pair have taken the siding at Scottsburg to meet a northbound CSX rack train.
A pair of freshly shopped Louisville & Indiana Railroad GP38-2's sit outside MAC waiting interchange east via the KCS.
LIRC K0X2-07 Southbound passing Jeffersonville Yard Office, bound for NS in Louisville, KY.
LIRC's train to NS pulls from the interchange as a NS mixed freight with a former Conrail SD60 leader idles waiting for a new crew to shove back to the yard and head east.
LIRC's local from Jeffersonville, IN heads for home after switching the cement plant in Speed, passing the 'plane on a stick' on its way south.
The newest additions to the LIRC fleet, LIRC 2006 & LIRC 2007 waiting to be picked up off the NS Panama yard interchange.
LIRC J110-22 with LIRC 2003 leading a manifest train acrossed the Ohio River, passing LIRC Clagg tower.
Fresh painted Louisville and Indiana Railway 2006 in the company's Pennsylvania inspired paint scheme outside Mid America Car in Kansas City.
LIRC power waits for their next assignment.
LIRC's GP11 1803 leads a northbound ballast through Scottsburg.
LIRC's GP11 1803 leads a northbound ballast train. The 1803 was originally built as UP GP9 135.
LIRC 2004 leads C122-25 a southbound manifest train over the Flatrock River bridge in Columbus, IN.
With a Pennsy schemed GP38-3 leading and another trailing, LIRC C122 crosses the former Pennsylvania Railroad Trestle over Flatrock River in Columbus, Indiana
LIRC 2004 leads C122-25 southbound through Scottsburg passing an old grain elevator.