Former Pacific Harbor Line unit at Jeffersonville, IN.
GP38-2 and two GP11s at the LIRC shop on a bitter cold night.
LEFT: GP39-2 2371, GP16 1610, slug. CENTER: GP39-2 2375, GP11 1803. RIGHT: GP11 1801.
GP16 1610 and GP11 1801 at the LIRC shop in Jeffersonville.
LIRC GP39-2s # 2376 & 2378 pass the Jeffersonville yard tower.
L&I 1803 sits quietly under the flood light, surrounded by plastic pellet cars and MoW equipment.
LIRC 223 heads south about 2 miles from the yard limits as it hauls a loaded grain train.
A pair of GP11's have just been tied down after a days work down in Louisville Ky.
A couple of LIRC units are tied down after arriving from the north with their train.
The keystone shape on the tower gives away the predecessor's identity.
This Louisville & Indiana crew just finished switching in the yard at Jeffersonville, Indiana.
CSXT southbound drag manifest/local crosses the Ohio river from Jeffersonville, IN to Louisville, KY. Louisville city line is visible in the background.
This all private railcar charter was operated by Amtrak over the Louisville & Indiana Railroad for the benefit of several groups who chartered it through American Rail Excursions Inc.