GMTX 503 working now for Lucas Oil heads back to Corydon after interchanging cars with the NS at Corydon Jct.
LNAC's RS36 brings a large cut of cars northbound for interchange with Norfolk Southern.
LNAC Alco #86 waits patiently for the arrival of D10 as 285 blasts by on the main.
Lucas Oil RR arrives back at Corydon after interchanging cars with the NS at Corydon Junction.
Still wearing its Iowa Interstate paint the LNAC or as I believe now days called Lucas Oil Railroad returns to Corydon after interchanging cars with the NS at Corydon Junction.
In the soft light of early morning, interchange is being picked up from the busy Norfolk Southern Louisville-St. Louis main line by the not-so-busy Amzoil shortline.
In the dappled early morning sun, a timeless scene, a small shortline locomotive in rural America, moving cars out to be interchanged with the big road.
LNAC 86 is found switching storage cars up at Corydon Junction on a warm fall day.
A heavy snow continues to fall over Southern Indiana as LNAC's Alco S4 can be found waiting for NS local D10 to arrive at Corydon Junction.
LNAC's seldom used RS36 sits outside of the engine shed in the early morning sun as thunderstorms approach the area, creating a rainbow in the sky.
Norfolk Southern train 285 kicks up the snow as it passes the Louisville, New Albany, and Corydon railroad interchange point.
Norfolk Southern train 74W blasts by the LNA&C railroad as they wait on train D10 to bring their inbound cars.
Crew members from the Lucas Oil Railroad and Norfolk Southern chat after NS local train D10 arrived to drop off cars for the short line.
LNAC #86 and 2 covered hoppers top the little grade between New Salisbury & Corydon, IN.
LNAC's repowered Alco heads south from the Norfolk Southern interchange at New Salisbury, Ind., heading for the Lucas Oil complex north of Corydon where it will spend a few hours switching. Lucas ... (more)