Tucked away inside the Louisville and Indiana’s enginehouse at Jeffersonsville, Indiana, on August 10, 2012 are GP39-2 No. 2371 and GP11 No. 1801.
LIRC's GP16 1609 leads a southbound towards Jeff
Yard crossing the CSX diamond at Boyd Tower. The
1609 has since been retired and the tower,signal and for that matter the CSX crossing the LIRC n... (more)
LIRC 1802 and 1801 approach the lift span on the former PRR bridge as they head south across the Ohio River with a transfer cut for Louisville. And yes, the descent toward the lift span really is ... (more)
The sun is about to dip below the horizon as a northbound LIRC local passes through Sellersburg.
A southbound LIRC transfer job crosses the dam at the Falls of the Ohio as heads for Louisville.
After delivering and picking up a few cars at Speed Indiana LIRC's GP16 runs long hood forward crossing Silver Creek as it heads south for Jeff yard.
LIRC's 1801 leads the 1802 and two cars back to its yard
after making a pickup at Jeffboat.
With the sun about to dip below the horizon LIRC's
northbound CJ rolls under Veterans Parkway leaving Jeffersonville behind.
LIRC's GP16 1610 sits under the sanding tower as it and
fellow units wait for their next assignment.
Nearing sunset LIRC's 1803 and 1801 work some industries around Jeffersonville.
Southbound military train at Scottsburg on the L&I.
LIRC 2378 leads a transfer job to the Maritine Center in Jeffersonville.
Heading down the CSX Nabb Branch a LIRC job returns to Jeff Yard on a ice and snow covered day.
LIRC's GP16 1610 along with GP38 221 heads north up the CSX Nabb Branch with a transfer.
LIRC GP38 220 leads a transfer job back to its yard as
it heads south down the old B&O now CSX Nabb Branch.