The Twin LIRC HOV Units sits in Jeff yard with other LIRC Engines.
After getting a wet eight inch snowfall overnight CSX Y129 makes up its train for its trip back to Louisville.
One of LIRC's two SD40-2's takes a break between assignments in late day sun.
LIRC's newest addition has now arrived on the property. The 3002 originally built as SP SD45 8855 to 7421 then to CEFX 3113. It along with the 3001 are decorated in a special Honoring Our Veterans... (more)
The first six axle power to wear Louisville & Indiana's colors, SD40-2 #3001 sits outside the shop before going into service. The locomotive features a special "Honoring Our Veterans" herald. Pho... (more)
The Louisville & Indiana's newest addition to their roster works the yard making up its train for a northbound run to
Indianapolis. The 3001 is their first SD40-2 with one more soon to come in ... (more)
Two for the return trip: The classic Alco S2M power of the Southern Indiana Railroad rumbles back toward home after picking up a pair of box cars at CSXT's Watson Interchange.
SIND's rebuilt Alco S2m heads for Watson to interchange cars with the CSX as it nears a tree tunnel.
Louisville & Indiana train J12A crosses the Ohio River after working the Louisville end of their railroad. GP39-2 #2302 and 2301 lead the train at sunset headed for more work in Jeffersonville.
After making a delivery to the Port of Indiana LIRC's 2304 leads J13A back to its Jeffersonville yard.
With over 6,000 ft. of train behind CSX Y220 heads back for Louisville's Osborn yard.
Northbound CSX rack train Q226 with its SD50-2 leader rolls
by the LIRC headquarters in Jeffersonville.
CSXT SD60I 8747 leads CSX automotive train Q226 across Louisville & Indiana's Ohio River Bridge. The train is climbing the northbound gradient on the bridge.
An early Penn Central version of the "South Wind", as it approaches Louisville. Note the red/white "worms" on the PC emblem on the second unit
A 1981 trip to the Midwest included a few absolutely miserable weather days in the Ohio River Valley. One of the biggest prizes on those days was a chance to photograph one of seven Alco S5’s ever... (more)