Led by at former Phelps Dodge unit, this train is comprised of 37 cars of mixed freight from the booming river town of Mt. Vernon, IN and is EB for Evansville.
Following an empty TVA coal train, train MVL2 passes a restrict and proceed signal at the north end of Nations Siding (formerly Lamott), only a few miles from it's terminus north of town.
MVL1 prepares to do some work at Lamont.
A trio of Geeps crest the hill west of Evansville and coast towards Belknap siding.
The Evansville local puts on a show as it departs from Southwind.
3833 throws up a sand storm as it crests the hill west of Evansville.
3833 has its load on and heads for Evansville.
EVWR loco returning to Mount Vernon From Evansville.
The daily train to Evansville leaves Mt. Vernon behind GP38-2 3833 and GP39M-2 units 3836 & 3837.
3833 stops short of the 326 marker and will wait to get in to CSX Howell Yard in Evansville.
The daily Evansville train passes through the not-yet fruited plains of Posey County.
Mt. Vernon to Evansville local passes through the rolling farm land of rural Posey County.
The morning local flies through Belknap on it's way to exchange with CSX in Evansville.