With river levels not reached for over twenty years northbound LIRC JXTR crosses the flooded Ohio into Indiana as the sun is about to set.
With its GP30 car body slug leading Y220 has crossed the Ohio River into Indiana.
The power of CSX Y220 glistens as the sun sets travels north over the Falls of the Ohio.
Having crossed the Ohio River two KCS belle's lead a northbound military train into Indiana.
A classic SD40-2 leads a northbound over the Ohio River into Indiana as it travels via the LIRC.
UP power leads an empty military train across the Ohio River as it enters Indiana.
Having traveled south down the LIRC the now since retired
CSX C40-8 7494 the former Conrail 6039 is about to head over the Ohio River for Louisville's Osborn Yard.
With five minutes to spare before sunset CSX Y220 enters Indiana with GP30 carbody slug leading. The 2248 was built as B&O 6908.
After dropping its ballast on the Kentucky side of the river
LIRC's 1803 leads its train north for a refill.
With CSX having only 20 ACe's on the roster one leading
is definitely an oddity. A dirty 4836 leads Q226 north into Indiana as it crosses the Ohio River.
Morning fog slowly begins to burn off as CSX Q296 crosses the Ohio River on its way to Indy over the LIRC.
The sun has just set as northbound CSX rack train Q268 makes its way across the Ohio River over LIRC rails.
While a buzzard looks for a bite to eat, LIRC's J12A returns to their Jeffersonville yard after delivering and picking up some cars on the Kentucky side of the river.
A CSX inspection train makes its way across the Ohio River as it heads north for Seymour before turning east on the former B&O to Cincinnati.
At over 13,000 ft. with 211 cars and two DPU units in the middle CSX X801 crosses the Ohio River into Indiana. The trip will take it north over the LIRC to Seymour before it turns east over the fo... (more)