After dropping its ballast on the Kentucky side of the river
LIRC's 1803 leads its train north for a refill.
The only remaining LIRC GP11 in active service now assigned to work train detail sits in the siding at Speed
waiting to serve another day.
LIRC 1803 and its train takes on another load of fresh ballast as the railroad continues to upgrade it track.
LIRC's GP11 1803 leads a northbound ballast through Scottsburg.
LIRC's GP11 1803 leads a northbound ballast train. The 1803 was originally built as UP GP9 135.
A pair of L&I GP11's works Essroc Cement at Speed, IN during March 2012. The three units in this group, LIRC 1801-1803, would be retired by the end of the year.
The conductor of the JS3 waves to LIRC's bridge operator on the steps of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Clagg Tower as they bring their 50+ car train over the Ohio River
The sun is about to dip below the horizon as a northbound LIRC local passes through Sellersburg.
Nearing sunset LIRC's 1803 and 1801 work some industries around Jeffersonville.
The bridge is now lowered for a southbound LIRC job
as a barge heads down stream on the Ohio River.
A LIRC GP11's 1803 and 1801 lead a few cars south as it nears Clagg Tower.
A LIRC local job returns to its yard traveling on what once was NYC trackage.
In what was once a small NYC yard, an LIRC GP11,GP16
and its slug set off a few cars in Jeffersonville.
The LIRC transfer job crosses the Ohio River back into Indiana.
The LIRC 'Louisville Job' slowly pulls across the PRR Bridge while the conductor grabs their paperwork from Clagg Tower. They will deliver their entire train to the NS and pick up from the PAL be... (more)