Three ex.SOO now INRD SD60's lead Z490 north up a
New Albany street on a cold and snowy day in February
Indiana Rail Road's train out of Louisville heads north up the former Monon. It would be the end of the line for this operation only weeks later.
INRD 9002 leads the northbound Road Job across the trestle along Fairview Rd.
INRD 4001 leads a train south on the CSX Hoosier Sub.
INRD's 9008 eases its train north across the K&I bridge
as it begins its trip up the Monon on an unusual early
Sunday evening departure.
With the sun about to drop below the horizon northbound
Z490 with the 9008 in charge passes the signal at Borden.
Z490 heads north on the old Monon.
INRD Z490 begins its trek up the old Monon at north
Vernia siding at New Albany.
INRD's 9008 and 4003 lead an unusual late Sunday
afternoon northbound through New Albany.
This is not the newest engine that INRD has but it is the cleanest one this the old yellow and blue INRD 36.
On a steamy June morning, INRD 9003 and 9007 lead train HWLV southbound through the White River valley at Williams, Indiana. I was quite lucky to catch the MAC's on point. Thanks to Don Kalkman ... (more)
Now on its own rails INRD's Louisville to Hiawatha train
(formerly CSX Z490) nears Elnora Indiana with the 9007
and 9003 in charge.