An Indiana Rail Road train crosses over a country road in its bucolic namesake state.
The Indiana History Train, powered by Indiana Railroad GP38AC #32, sits at Louisville Union Station early in the morning before opening to the public. This spur was previously used by the short li... (more)
No. 32 backs through the wye at Linton onto the former CPR Latta Sub, now owned by the INRD, for the northbound trip to Hiawatha Yard.
Rolling west between Bloomfield and Switz City.
GP38AC No. 32 crossing the former Canadian Pacific Railway Latta Subdivision at Linton.
Indiana Rail Road train led by GP38AC No. 32 heads west towards Switz City.
INRD power sits at Bloomington.
Palestine turn heads to Switz City.
Scheduled for a day of MofW work with a Ballast train, INRD 32 awaits an engineer
Taken with permission, a good look at remote control equipment hanging on the front, w/ some of Indy's skyline in the distance.