A trio of green and yellow LIRC power leads a southbound grain train into Jeffersonville.
On lease to the LIRC the JS1 job enters Jeff Yard with CEFX 3804 and 3803 for todays power.
LIRC's JS1 job heads for the Port of Indiana up the CSX Nabb Branch.
A threesome of LIRC's newest power heads for the Port of Indiana.
CSX Y220 runs light past the long abandoned PRR/B&O Watson tower. The tower was built in 1941 by the PRR to serve the Charlestown ammunition depot.
With the last rays of autumn light CSX Y129 waits for a new crew as it sits on the Nabb branch to head back to Osborn yard.
Pennsy inspired painted GP38's passing by the county airport
An elderly MG rail GP20 trundles along with some coil steel cars as it makes deliveries in the Port of Indiana.
LIRC's 2001 and 2002 lead the northbound CJ away from Jeffersonville as they head for Columbus.
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)
A sharp looking pair of the "new" Pennsy inspired geeps soaks up the evening sun at Jeff Yard.
Built in October 1969 as Southern GP38 2723 the newest
locomotive to the LIRC roster rests outside the shop at their Jeffersonville Yard.
Having brought in a southbound freight the night before
LIRC's 2001 waits at Jeff Yard for its next assignment.