The Indiana Rail Road freight between Indianapolis and Jasonville (Hiawatha Yard) soars over Tulip Trestle.
A pair of red Indiana Rail Road SD90MACs pull the daily westbound manifest across Tulip Trestle. Tulip Trestle is the longest railroad viaduct east of the Mississippi and the third longest girder... (more)
A trio of Indiana Railroad SD9043MACs ease their train over the massive Tulip Viaduct in scenic southern Indiana. The bridge is 2,295 feet in length and 157 feet high. Construction concluded on th... (more)
Indiana Rail Road's HWSA proceeds northbound across the impressive 2,295 foot long, 157 foot tall Tulip Viaduct. Completed in 1906, this structure still sees multiple INRD movements every day and... (more)
Senate Ave - Hiawatha creeps out over Tulip Trestle in the late afternoon sun.
Rising more than 150 ft above the valley, two Indiana Rail Road MACs are leading 50 loads of coal over the near 2,300 ft long Tulip Trestle. The train loaded at Triad, located just west of Switz C... (more)
A Westbound Extra bound for Crane steps onto Richland Creek Viaduct.
Two Macs, two deuces and a Geep slowly make their way across the Richland Creek viaduct, better known as Tulip Trestle
INRD 6004 + CEFX 3169 + INRD 6016 lead coal empties across Tulip trestle, IN
With two newly painted Geeps, this NB train creeps on to the Richland Creek viaduct, commonly known as Tulip Trestle
Out on the the Richland Creek viaduct, better known as Tulip Trestle. The train slowed to a crawl allowing the passengers a stunning view and photographers a near perfect shot of the train.
The weather was terrible but the train looked nice on the trestle with the yellow flowers below. This is WB coal empties. Southern Indiana is a great place to photograph trains.
Train 34 rumbles across the massive 157' tall Tulip Viaduct
Westbound INRD manifest with two SD-40-2s leading lease power.
The locally famous Tulip trestle (viaduct, actually), a favorite of INRD fans and townies looking for a place to spraypaint their girlfriends' names. Taken under a full moon with Mars visible to t... (more)