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Date: 07/10/18 21:06
CSX Q504 with lots of power
Author: srman

Sunday morning I was lucky enough to catch northbound CSX Q504 as it began to cross the Ohio River from Louisville Ky. into Indiana. Eight locomotives all being a different class lead by BNSF 1105 in Heritage 1 paint. Power in order was: BNSF C44-9W 1105, CSX ES40DC 5255, CSX ET44AH 3433, CSX CW44AC 392, CSX ES44AH 856, PRLX SD75M 226, CSX SW1001 1127 and finally CSX MP15T
1235.








Date: 07/10/18 21:07
Re: CSX Q504 with lots of power
Author: srman

Last three.








Date: 07/11/18 04:19
Re: CSX Q504 with lots of power
Author: Railfan2

great pics and lashup. love that bridge



Date: 07/11/18 04:49
Re: CSX Q504 with lots of power
Author: refarkas

Great catch. The bridge makes it even better.
If you put that lashup on a model railroad, most would say it wasn't prototypical.
Bob



Date: 07/11/18 05:02
Re: CSX Q504 with lots of power
Author: ns1000

Very nice..!!



Date: 07/11/18 07:40
Re: CSX Q504 with lots of power
Author: GP30Frank

  Does this bridge have a name ?   I moved away from Louisville in 1962 .  ( That can explain why I can't tremember the name ) 



Date: 07/11/18 19:33
Re: CSX Q504 with lots of power
Author: srman

I think originally it was referred to as the 14th St bridge. Now days most call it the Louisville & Indiana (LIRC) bridge. Before that Conrail and before that the Pennsyvania.



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