Louisville & Indiana Railroad power sits in the yard at Jeffersonville on a humid and stormy summer afternoon.
LIRC power takes a break while a thunderstorm brews to the east.
LIRC 3002 pulls some boxcars out of the WestRock paper facility on the east side of Columbus, IN. WestRock is one of several rail-served industries that the LIRC switches every weekday.
LIRC 2006 leads a short Z550 south past the old PRR semaphore.
LIRC 2005 and INRD 9025 meet on Indy's southside just outside of INRD's Senate Ave yard.
A LIRC local job works industries around Jeffersonville as it
nears its Dutch Yard.
A LIRC local works industries in Jeffersonville near its Dutch Yard.
The duo of LIRC SD40-2's sporting Honoring Our Veterans schemes roll through the Columbus Yard southbound on their way to work industries nearby. LIRC 3002 is a rebuilt Southern Pacific SD45.
LIRC power waiting for their next assignment at Jeffersonville. I took a comparison image that was taken
on July 16, 2011 can be found at RP# 369058.
LIRC's JXTR heads for the Port of Jeffersonville.
After making a pickup from the NS LIRC 2303 leads its train back to the main and head back to Jeffersonville.
Southbound LIRC JXTR waits his turn to cross at Clagg as a loaded coal barge proceeds down stream on the Ohio.
A trio of LIRC GP39-2s, lead a grain train across the Seymour Interlocking, in Seymour, Indiana.
LIRC Veterans units 3001 and 3002, fly through Henryville Indiana, with a short Z550 in tow.