Louisville & Indiana Railroad power sits in the yard at Jeffersonville on a humid and stormy summer afternoon.
Louisville & Indiana brings a cut of cars into the yard at Jeffersonville on a humid and stormy summer afternoon.
LIRC power takes a break while a thunderstorm brews to the east.
A LIRC local job works industries around Jeffersonville as it
nears its Dutch Yard.
A LIRC local works industries in Jeffersonville near its Dutch Yard.
LIRC power waiting for their next assignment at Jeffersonville. I took a comparison image that was taken
on July 16, 2011 can be found at RP# 369058.
LIRC's JXTR heads for the Port of Jeffersonville.
CSX GP38-2S 6397 the former RF&P 145 leads local job Y129 south away from Watson Yard headed for Louisville.
Two consecutive numbered GP38-2's lead CSX local Y129 off the Nabb Branch back to Louisville's Osborn Yard. The 2722 was former Conrail 8055 while the 2721 was Conrail 8053.
LIRC 2302 along with the 2003,2301,2004 and 2303 lead a
loaded potash train.
Louisville and Indiana EMD GP39-2 No. 2378 leads a freight slowly out of Jeff yard at Jeffersonville, Indiana, on May 15, 2014.
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.