A pair of INRD SD9043MACs lead SAHW east through Bargersville, IN.
INRD 9011 and another SD90/43MAC take a westbound train over the monumental Tulip Trestle.
Indiana Railroad rolls though Morgantown on a warm summer day.
Indiana Railroad rounds the curve in Helmsburg on a warm summer day.
Two thumbs up from this crew on the River sub.
A coke train bound for Indiana is looking good skirting Lake Pepin, the purported birthplace of waterskiing.
CP 800 eases up to the switch at Division Street to enter the BNSF St. Paul Sub. They'll continue east to St. Croix where they'll access the CP River Sub to Chicago.
CP 800 passes downtown St. Paul with a pair of INRD units. The red MAC's have been a common sight in the Twin Cities every few days on coke trains to and from Roseport.
INRD power crawls across the Robert Street Lift Bridge in downtown Saint Paul with coke empties for the Flint Hills Resources plant in Rosemount, MN.
The sun poked through with seconds to spare for a sharp looking pair of INRD SD9043MACs. This empty coke train is headed for Flint Hills Resources in Rosemount, MN.
Indiana Rail Road power rolls up river bound for Flint Hills Resources in Rosemount, MN and another load of coke. Taken from John Latsch State Park.
Southbound Indiana Railroad coke train makes an appearance at Blue Island.
INRD 9011, 9001 lead 74 loads of coke down the CP River Sub back to Indiana.
The pair of INRD's head south through Blue Island Junction on the IHB, preparing to switch over to the old B&O main.
It's a nice sight for the eyes and ears, as INRD 9011 and 9001 thunder along the Indiana Harbor Belt main in run 8, with CP #800, a loaded coke train from Roseport, Minnesota to Hiawatha Yard in J... (more)