Having just cleared the lift bridge a barge continues it trip up the Ohio while a southbound LIRC job now has the green to proceed across.
Bay Line power at their Panama City shops.
Bay Line 511 takes a break from its duties.
After making a delivery to the Port of Indiana LIRC's 2304 leads J13A back to its Jeffersonville yard.
Having traveled south down the LIRC the now since retired
CSX C40-8 7494 the former Conrail 6039 is about to head over the Ohio River for Louisville's Osborn Yard.
A SOO SD60 leads its train down New Albany's East 15th St.
as it nears its destination of Louisville Ky.
AWW 204 leads a load of ties to interchange with the NS.
With over 6,000 ft. of train behind CSX Y220 heads back for Louisville's Osborn yard.
LIRC's J33A arrives at Columbus after its northbound trip from Jeffersonville.
In May 1993 the Southern Railway Historical Association was granted a tour of the NS Norris Yard in Birmingham and I found this relic of the steam era still standing tall.
With five minutes to spare before sunset CSX Y220 enters Indiana with GP30 carbody slug leading. The 2248 was built as B&O 6908.
Making some nice EMD music three IC SD40-2's hustle their train south.
Corman's loaded aluminum train rolls by the University of Louisville's football stadium as it nears Osborn Yard and then a trip down the mainline towards Bowling Green.
Working hard CSX slug 2248 leads its mother 6424 and GP40-3 6525 across the Ohio River as it heads for Jeffersonville.
Two LIRC GP39-2's lead a northbound for Columbus on a beautiful spring day.