Rolling out onto Tulip Trestle, AKA "The Viaduct".
Looking down. Horizon unlevel, indeed.
With two newly painted Geeps, this NB train creeps on to the Richland Creek viaduct, commonly known as Tulip Trestle
An Indiana Rail Road coal train tiptoes out onto Tulip Trestle with a northbound coal train.
INRD 45 and 43 lead a High Iron Travel charter trip over Tulip Trestle, part of a two-day odyssey to cover every mile of INRD in daylight!
INRD 45 and 43 creep out onto Tulip Trestle.
Out on the the Richland Creek viaduct, better known as Tulip Trestle. The train slowed to a crawl allowing the passengers a stunning view and photographers a near perfect shot of the train.
The weather was terrible but the train looked nice on the trestle with the yellow flowers below. This is WB coal empties. Southern Indiana is a great place to photograph trains.
Tulip Trestle, 2300 feet long. Only four of this trestle's eighteen towers are shown.
The locally famous Tulip trestle (viaduct, actually), a favorite of INRD fans and townies looking for a place to spraypaint their girlfriends' names. Taken under a full moon with Mars visible to t... (more)
The Inrd Santa Train crosses Tulip Trestle on its way to Bloomfield