With the sun about to dip below the horizon LIRC power
make up a train at the northend of their yard.
Former Katy 376 now LIRC 2375 leads its train south for Louisville.
LIRC GP11's 1801 and 1802 lead a transfer job over the Falls of the Ohio back into Indiana on a cool Spring day.
As I wait for 10pm to go on duty, I shoot my train "LIRC CJ-South" awaiting it's crew to take it south.
The LIRC heads back to Columbus passing the Approach Distant Signal that protects the diamond at CP Dale.
A short local leaves to work the local cement plant near Sellersburg. The local is seen along Interstate 65 leaving their yard in Jeffersonville heading north.
The sun casts its final rays of light as a northbound LIRC
departs Jeffersonville with eleven cars in tow.
A short local leaves to work the local cement plant near Sellersburg. I was hoping to get the normal local to Columbus, but that train never left on this Monday. The local is seen along Interstate... (more)
The northbound LIRC transfer job heads back to Jeffersonville as it passes over the Falls of the Ohio.
Before the Louisville & Indiana had an identity of their green and yellow locomotives their early days were of
various CSX family inspired shemes.Here three GP16's
in Family Line paint lead a so... (more)
A LIRC local job returns to its yard traveling on what once was NYC trackage.
In what was once a small NYC yard, an LIRC GP11,GP16
and its slug set off a few cars in Jeffersonville.
As the sun casts its final rays in the west the moon rises
in the east as the northbound LIRC leaves Jeffersonville
LIRC's GP38-2's 223,221 and 220 lead a northbound from Jeffersonville.
The LIRC transfer job crosses the Ohio River back into Indiana.