South Shore train AF3 makes its way east through Burnham with a Louisville & Indiana GP38-2 in charge. With tonnage from the BRC in Chicago, the sharp and borrowed GP38-2 is preparing to make its ... (more)
LIRC 2005 bends into Chicago city limits as it passes 130th street.
LIRC 2005 crosses over the Calumet River in Hegewisch. One thing the LIRC has on the CSS is the massive Ohio River bridge.
LIRC 2005 climbs the hill into Gary, Indiana as it passes the Gary SouthShore RailCats baseball stadium.
LIRC 2005 flies out of Michigan City leaving behind their "nuke tower". In the back you can see all the smoke they spit out!
LIRC 2005 glides down 11th street like its traction orange brothers on its way west. The CSS needed more power so Anacostia had the LIRC send a GP38 up to them. Weird seeing burgundy and gold stre... (more)
Working the very south end of the LIRC the 2302 and 2006 set off cars before heading north back to Jeffersonville.
After making a pickup from the NS in Louisville LIRC's northbound JXTR heads back to its Jeffersonville yard.
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.
LIRC 3002 pulls some boxcars out of the WestRock paper facility on the east side of Columbus, IN. WestRock is one of several rail-served industries that the LIRC switches every weekday.
LIRC 2006 leads a short Z550 south past the old PRR semaphore.
LIRC 2005 and INRD 9025 meet on Indy's southside just outside of INRD's Senate Ave yard.