A pair of SD40-2's lead a southbound intermodal by Central Ave. as it nears Osborn yard.
It's a dreary and gloomy day as a rare SD80MAC leads
NS I24 (eye 24) west by New Albany.
Passing through town a switcher caught my eye at Thrall Door who manufactured freight cars. After asking permission I got a tour. Definitely an interesting operation.
The southbound Monet turn storms through Exeter with A&M Alco's in charge.
Westbound NS 224 passes under the LS Jct. signal as it arrives in Louisville with its Conrail painted SD70 leader.
The Louisville & Indiana's newest addition to their roster works the yard making up its train for a northbound run to
Indianapolis. The 3001 is their first SD40-2 with one more soon to come in ... (more)
The Southern heritage unit runs solo leading a westbound by New Albany. On the other end two units are about to be added for the push up Duncan Hill.
A classic SP caboose brings up the back end of a local as it has just crossed the diamond at Joliet.
The LK&P prepares to take another load of tourist on an island excursion.
Corman's empty aluminum train heads east for home rails as it kicks up a powdery snow.
Westbound NS 22A with UP 8888 has reached its destination of Louisville as it drops off several cars at the Whitner loading facility.
After meeting a northbound CSX Q505 continues its trip south to Louisville on a cold winters day.
CSX Spirit of West Virginia leads Q511 south over LIRC rails for Louisville.
An array of signals guard Brighton Park
A BNSF warbonnet leads a NS rack train west into Louisville where it will transfer its cars over to CSX.