CSX Y220 comes down the ex-Atlantic Coast Line main to switch the Neve Spur. The track at right was once the second main and the empty space between the mains was a siding.
CSX Y220 crosses over the Falls of the Ohio as it enters Indiana. In the background workers continue to paint the Second St. bridge across the Ohio.
A mother-slug set makes its way out of the "Shop" track at Wyvern Yard to pick up cars from the industrial park just southwest of here.
With its GP30 car body slug leading Y220 has crossed the Ohio River into Indiana.
The power of CSX Y220 glistens as the sun sets travels north over the Falls of the Ohio.
With over 6,000 ft. of train behind CSX Y220 heads back for Louisville's Osborn yard.
With five minutes to spare before sunset CSX Y220 enters Indiana with GP30 carbody slug leading. The 2248 was built as B&O 6908.
Working hard CSX slug 2248 leads its mother 6424 and GP40-3 6525 across the Ohio River as it heads for Jeffersonville.
CSX northbound local Y220 heads for Jeffersonville Indiana and the industrial park.
Coming back from dropping off an engine to lead the problematic Q427 CSX 4709 the "taxi" brings the crew beck to the yard so they can complete their work. Lite power on this stretch of t... (more)
As the late day shadows creep in CSX GP15 1553 leads its train north through the LIRC's Jeff yard.
After crossing the Ohio River CSX Y220 with a GP15 leader
enters Indiana on the way to the Jeffersonville Industrial Park.
CSX Y220 runs light past the long abandoned PRR/B&O Watson tower. The tower was built in 1941 by the PRR to serve the Charlestown ammunition depot.
Two former L&N GP38'2's lead Y220 into Indiana as the
sun casts its final rays of the day.
Built in May 1963 as L&N 1029 CSX slug 2328 is on its
original owners home rails as it leads Y220 north to interchange with the LIRC and work the Maritine Center in Jefersonville.