A pair of LIRC's GP11's heads for the Dutch Yard.
LIRC 1802 and 1801 approach the lift span on the former PRR bridge as they head south across the Ohio River with a transfer cut for Louisville. And yes, the descent toward the lift span really is ... (more)
A short local leaves to work the local cement plant near Sellersburg. The local is seen along Interstate 65 leaving their yard in Jeffersonville heading north.
The northbound LIRC transfer job heads back to Jeffersonville as it passes over the Falls of the Ohio.
The LIRC transfer job picks up from the NS interchange and prepares to head back to Jeff Yard. Louisville's Riverwalk, visible at right, runs between NS and the Ohio River at this location.
The transfer job shoves down the NS connection to the old Panama Yard where they will set out and pick up.
An LIRC transfer job with two GP11s pulls a cut of cars off NS (former K&IT) trackage along the Ohio River.
Light power crosses the Ohio River as it heads south from Jeffersonville, IN to Louisville. The units will pick up a cut from the NS and head back to Jeffersonville.