Pennsy inspired painted GP38's passing by the county airport
A Louisville & Indiana manifest blasting through town
LIRC train CA is seen running on CSX rails enroute to home as Z55017. A fitting location and power as this once was the PRR St. Louis mainline.
It's been well over forty years since a pair of tuscan red
EMD's have lead a train over the East Fork of the White River however that changed this summer with the arrival of LIRC's Pennsy inspire... (more)
LIRC's CJ heads north as it passes old glory near Speed Indiana.
The Pennsylvania Railroad is still visible on the bridge over Silver Creek as two tuscan red LIRC GP38-2's lead the northbound CJ for Columbus.
Fishermen and a kayaker enjoy a beautiful late summer day as LIRC's 2003 lead a northbound transfer job across the Falls of the Ohio.
LIRC's 2001 and 2002 lead the northbound CJ away from Jeffersonville as they head for Columbus.
LIRC 2001 along with the 2002 lead the CJ just north of Speed Indiana.
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.
Sitting pretty at LIRC's shop in Jeffersonville. I was stopped on the frontage road of I-65 to take this photo, and had a Clark County Sheriff pull up behind me. "Just taking pictures?" he asked. ... (more)
LIRC's 2003 leads the northbound CJ by Memphis.