Louisville and Indiana EMD GP39-2 No. 2378 leads a freight slowly out of Jeff yard at Jeffersonville, Indiana, on May 15, 2014.
With welded rail now in place next up new ties as a revitalized Louisville & Indiana continues to upgrade their
track. LIRC 2378 leads a northbound work train through
LIRC 2378 leads a northbound for Columbus.
After meeting a northbound CSX rack train at Scottsburg
LIRC 2378 leads its grain train south for Jeffersonville.
With three GP39-2's in charge LIRC 2378 leads the trio south with a grain train about to duck under U.S. 31 at Scottsburg.
A trio of green and yellow LIRC power leads a southbound grain train into Jeffersonville.
LIRC 2378 leads a southbound CJ with 39 mixed freight cars through Seymour, IN bound for Jeffersonville!
After delivering fifty-seven cars to the Port of Indiana
LIRC 2378 leads a light power move back to their
LIRC 2378 leads a transfer job to the Maritine Center in Jeffersonville.
Louisville & Indiana's northbound leaves Jeffersonville.
L&I transfer to Louisville from Jeffersonville yard crosses the L&I bridge over the Ohio River at Clagg Tower around 2pm on a hot Monday afternoon.
LIRC's CA (Columbus, IN to Avon, IN turn) is southbound on CSX's Louisville Secondary at CP-IU. In less than four miles, the train will be back on home rails.
Freshly painted #2378 heads back to Columbus, IN from Avon yard.