LIRC 2001 (GP38-3) leads CSX Z550-03 on Indianapolis, Indiana's south side. This stretch of railroad is where the Illinois Central would connect to the Indianapolis Belt.
Louisville & Indiana train J12A crosses their Ohio River Bridge into Louisville at sunset.
After picking up cars from the NS Louisville & Indiana's 2001,2002 and 2007 lead their train north across the Falls of the Ohio.
LIRC's 2001 takes a break from its days activities outside
the house at Jeff Yard.
The northbound LIRC CJ has reached its destination of Columbus as it crosses the east fork of the White River.
The northbound CJ heads for Columbus Indiana.
LIRC JS1 crosses the Falls of the Ohio as it heads north back to Indiana.
LIRC JS1 enters Indiana after picking up cars on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River.
LIRC's JS1 job heads for the Port of Indiana up the CSX Nabb Branch.
A threesome of LIRC's newest power heads for the Port of Indiana.
The first snow of the season falls on southern Indiana as
LIRC's 2001 leads a northbound local job by Underwood.
It's been well over forty years since a pair of tuscan red
EMD's have lead a train over the East Fork of the White River however that changed this summer with the arrival of LIRC's Pennsy inspire... (more)
LIRC's 2001 and 2002 lead the northbound CJ away from Jeffersonville as they head for Columbus.
LIRC 2001 along with the 2002 lead the CJ just north of Speed Indiana.
After delivering cars to the NS in Louisville a LIRC light power set heads back to Jeff Yard.