LIRC's 2004 glimmers in the suns last light of day as it makes a light engine move north out of Jeffersonville.
Autumn's splendor makes a gloomy day a little brighter as LIRC's northbound JS1 job works the Essroc cement plant just north of Sellersburg.
Louisville & Indiana Railroad, LIRC 2004 EMD GP38-3 at Essroc Ready Mix Concrete Supplier "Speed" Sellersburg, Indaina on March 22, 2014.
A light snow has fallen during the night as LIRC's JS1
nears its destination of Jeffersonville.
LIRC's 2004 and 2003 lead the northbound JS1 back to Jeff Yard after making its pick up from the NS in Louisville.
Southbound CA turn passes through the massive grain facility in Edinburgh.
One of the new arrivals commands a southbound Columbus to Avon turn past a Pennsy era semaphore in southern Indianapolis.
The Columbus to Jeffersonville turn runs the streets of Seymour and will hammer the B&O daimonds a few feet ahead.
The Columbus to Indy hustles south towards home behind 2 of the Pennsy painted units.
With six cars in tow the southbound Louisville & Indiana CJ
passes some southern Indiana farmland as it heads for Jeffersonville.
A sharp looking pair of the "new" Pennsy inspired geeps soaks up the evening sun at Jeff Yard.
A late afternoon departure of the northbound CJ with the
2004 and 2002 in command near Memphis In.
LIRC's 2004 and 2002 lead the northbound CJ by Sellersburg.
The northbound CJ with two of their Pennsy inspired
GP38-2's roll by Scottsburg.