LIRC 1802 and 1801 approach the lift span on the former PRR bridge as they head south across the Ohio River with a transfer cut for Louisville. And yes, the descent toward the lift span really is ... (more)
The LIRC transfer job picks up from the NS interchange and prepares to head back to Jeff Yard. Louisville's Riverwalk, visible at right, runs between NS and the Ohio River at this location.
The LIRC transfer job heads north for Jeff Yard with a cut from the NS interchange in Louisville. It was quite nerve racking setting up for this shot with the sun going in and out, but the clouds ... (more)
The LIRC transfer job pulls a unit train off the NS interchange.
The transfer job shoves down the NS connection to the old Panama Yard where they will set out and pick up.
LIRC GP39-2 2371 and GP38-2 221 picking up at the NS Panama Yard.
An LIRC transfer job with two GP11s pulls a cut of cars off NS (former K&IT) trackage along the Ohio River.
A GP39-2 and two GP11s are about to enter the lift span as they head south across the Ohio River to do a little transfer work in Louisville.
Light power crosses the Ohio River as it heads south from Jeffersonville, IN to Louisville. The units will pick up a cut from the NS and head back to Jeffersonville.
LIRC transfer job heads north across the Ohio River after picking up from the NS Panama Yard in Louisville.
This train is using the old L&N Passenger Main for head room to back this transfer cut into the riverside tracks of the NS. If you look in the upper right corner you can see the Old L&N General Of... (more)
Transfer run to the NS but the train was so long that they had to pull all the way to the P&L yard in order to back onto the NS riverfront tracks