Working the very south end of the LIRC the 2302 and 2006 set off cars before heading north back to Jeffersonville.
NS and CP power leads a northbound train over the Falls of the Ohio as it enters Indiana from Kentucky.
After making a pickup from the NS in Louisville LIRC's northbound JXTR heads back to its Jeffersonville yard.
LIRC's JXTR heads for the Port of Jeffersonville.
Southbound LIRC JXTR waits his turn to cross at Clagg as a loaded coal barge proceeds down stream on the Ohio.
LIRC 2302 along with the 2003,2301,2004 and 2303 lead a
loaded potash train.
After delivering potash empties on the Louisville side LIRC's JXTR returns light north to Jeffersonville.
Completing its run from Jeffersonville a northbound LIRC
freight crosses the Flatrock River as it arrives in Columbus.
LIRC 2304 is in command of a northbound as it heads for Columbus.
With river levels not reached for over twenty years northbound LIRC JXTR crosses the flooded Ohio into Indiana as the sun is about to set.
After picking up a loaded potash train from the NS a quartet of LIRC GP's push the loads across the Ohio River
for their Jeffersonville yard.
LIRC's JXTR races north for Indy as it rolls by the Essroc cement plant at Speed.
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