LIRC 3001, sporting a logo that honors U.S. war veterans, spots cars inside the WestRock facility in late evening sun.
LIRC Veterans units 3001 and 3002, fly through Henryville Indiana, with a short Z550 in tow.
LIRC 3001 leads Z550-24 east back to home rails as it crosses over Madison Ave on the south side of Indianapolis, Indiana. It was a rainy, foggy morning but the LIRC pulled me out of the house for... (more)
LIRC's pair of SD40-2's lead a short southbound train for its Jeffersonville home.
Louisville & Indiana's 3001 and 3002 have set off a few cars at their Columbus yard before resuming its trip for Indianapolis.
LIRC's Honoring Our Veterans duo lead their northbound train for Indianapolis.
Two minutes. That's all I had between one storm that had passed and the clouds covering the sun with another. With a double rainbow and geese heading for the Ohio River LIRC
power takes a break f... (more)
Getting into Fourth of July holiday LIRC's 3001 sports a couple of flags as it sits outside LIRC headquarters in Jeffersonville.
With rain coming down LIRC's Z550 heads north for Indianapolis.
LIRC Z550 rolls into INRD's Senate Ave Yard location off the Indianapolis Belt Line on a beautiful evening with one empty lumber car in exchange for a few loaded coil cars with 3001 & 3002, newly ... (more)
The Twin LIRC HOV Units sits in Jeff yard with other LIRC Engines.
The Side of LIRC 3001 one of two Honoring our Veterans unit the LIRC has, if you see a veteran or an active member of the military thank them for the hard work they do to keep our freedom!
LIRC 3001 sits among other LIRC and a leaser in the engine pit in Clarksville.
One of LIRC's two SD40-2's takes a break between assignments in late day sun.