Z550 works Amcor on their way to Indianapolis with a pair of non-dynamic GP38-2's.
Z550 pulls away from WestRock after dropping off a few cars. Recent rains created a puddle big enough for a reflection shot.
LIRC 2001 spots cars on the Columbus industrial lead, formerly a part of the PRR Madison Branch.
Louisville and Indiana's veterans duo pulls their train through the switch to the industrial lead after interchanging with the INRD in Indianapolis.
LIRC 3002, in a PRR-inspired paint scheme with a logo saluting our veterans, leads the Z550 north through CP Dale.
LIRC 3001, sporting a logo that honors U.S. war veterans, spots cars inside the WestRock facility in late evening sun.
LIRC 2001 leads Z550 off the Columbus Industrial Lead after working industries on the east side of town.
After dropping off a few cars at Scottsburg LIRC's Z550 continues its trip north for Indianapolis.
LIRC 2004 leads the Z550 off the Columbus Industrial Lead and back towards the yard after switching out industries on the east side of town.
With businesses closing as of late, Z550 only has one car to bring off the Columbus Industrial on this occasion.
Sporting a Louisville and Indiana 25th Anniversary logo, LIRC 2303 picks up a cut of FURX grain cars from Kokomo Grain.
LIRC 2303 passes the first buds of spring as it backs the Z550 into the Columbus Yard to prepare work for the Columbus Industrial Lead.
LIRC 2303 sports a logo commemorating the 25th anniversary of the L&I as it nears the Columbus Yard heading south.
LIRC 2301, in a PRR-inspired color scheme, spots cars inside WestRock on the Columbus Industrial Lead.
LIRC 3002 pulls some boxcars out of the WestRock paper facility on the east side of Columbus, IN. WestRock is one of several rail-served industries that the LIRC switches every weekday.