A hot SAHW blasts out of Unionville Tunnel with its usual duo of SD90's leading the charge.
INRD SAHW heads over Tulip Trestle with a pair of big red 90's leading the way.
INRD's Hiawatha to Baker turn heads north over an old wooden bridge in Terre Haute, Indiana. Today's train consisted of a good mix of power, an SD9043MAC, an SD40-2, and a GP38-2.
After an early morning run west, the INRD Palestine Turn comes back east to Jasonville as it crosses over the Wabash River. Built in 1910, the Riverton bridge helps the INRD cross between Indiana ... (more)
Looking on from the top of Tulip Trestle, INRD 9004 leads SAHW west over the 1905 built trestle. The bridge was built by the Indianapolis Southern Railroad which later became part of the Illinois ... (more)
SAHW starts its trek to Jasonville with the INRD 9004 leading. The train is curving out of Senate Ave Yard which was once the Illinois Central's main Indianapolis yard.
The southbound INRD out of Indy heads over the trestle at Lemon Lake, Indiana.
Happy birthday! To me anyways. INRD leads a coal train thru Franksville, WI on my birthday in 2012.
Overnight rains have left puddles of water under the Richard Creek Viaduct, more commonly called Tulip Trestle, as two red SD90MACs pull Indiana Rail Road's daily SAHW freight over the impressive ... (more)
Empty Coke train heading west to Rosemount's Koch Refinery
The pair of red and white MAC's leave Milwaukee behind, as they head east.
Normally, eastbound loads are grinding climbing up the path into Rio. However, on this day the mighty Mac's of the INRD are having no problem cresting the grade with a coke train.
CP #800 continues its journey towards Bensenville and ultimately, the Hoosier State. Rolling through Sturtevant, the pair of Big MAC's didn't waste any time!
Rolling out of Milwaukee, a pair of the Indiana Railroad's very attractive SD9043MAC's slide under the vintage, Milwaukee Road cantilever just outside of town.
INRD SD9043MAC 9004 leads Z490 north up J Street
in Bedford as it completes its trip over CSX rails.