Louisville & Indiana Railroad (LIRC), a subsidiary of Anacostia Rail Holdings Company, has acquired the assets and operating rights of the former Southern Indiana Railway (SIND).
Louisville & Indiana Railroad Company (LIRC) is a 2022 Military Friendly® Employer; this is the second consecutive year LIRC has received the designation.
Louisville & Indiana Railroad (LIRC) is a 2021 Military Friendly® Employer. To earn the designation, employers must invest in substantive programs to recruit, retain and advance veterans within their organizations. They are evaluated using public data sources and responses from a proprietary survey.
In an effort to expand the distribution of malted grain for the distillery and brewing industries in the northern Kentucky region, Louisville & Indiana Railroad (LIRC) and Great Western Malting Co. (GWM) have developed a new, 33-railcar transload facility.
Jeremy Kramer has been promoted to Vice President Transportation at Louisville & Indiana Railroad (LIRC). He will be responsible for train operations, dispatching, locomotive maintenance and Clagg Bridge operations.
Louisville & Indiana Railroad (LIRC) recently announced that Jeremy Kramer was promoted to Vice President.
The Louisville & Indiana Railroad (LIRC) and the Rapid City Pierre & Eastern accepted Railway Age’s annual Short Line & Regional Railroads of the Year Awards at the American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) CONNECTIONS Convention in Orlando, Fla., on April 9.
Railway Age honors the Louisville & Indiana Railroad Company and the Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad as its 2019 Short Line (Class III) and Regional (Class II) Railroads of the Year. Both carriers will be recognized at the American Short Line & Regional Railroad Association Connections Convention in Orlando, Fla., on Tuesday, April 9.