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.
LIRC 3001 leads Z550-24 east back to home rails as it crosses over Madison Ave on the south side of Indianapolis, Indiana. It was a rainy, foggy morning but the LIRC pulled me out of the house for... (more)
LIRC 2302 along with the 2003,2301,2004 and 2303 lead a
loaded potash train.
With only a few more miles remaining before arriving home in Jeffersonville LIRC 2303 leads its train by Speed Indiana.
Autumn colors are peaking for at least these few trees as LIRC's JXTR rolls south through Memphis Indiana.
With 65 cars in tow southbound LIRC JXTR does a little street running in Seymour on a windy autumn day as it heads for its Jeffersonville home.
Z550 pulls into the Columbus yard to switch cars between CSX autorack trains.
LIRC's pair of SD40-2's lead a short southbound train for its Jeffersonville home.
LIRC 2001 (GP38-3) leads CSX Z550-03 on Indianapolis, Indiana's south side. This stretch of railroad is where the Illinois Central would connect to the Indianapolis Belt.