From the vestibule of an excursion train with locomotive 4501 leaving New Albany, Indiana, a Monon Railroad freight train appears pulled by diesel 405. The diesel freight train is headed for the Ohio River bridge and yard in Louisville, Kentucky. Had there been time, documenting more of the railroad scene along the excursion route would have been productive. No. 405, built by Alco as a C-628 heavy road switcher in 1964, was traded to Alco in 1967 for a C-420 road switcher. Alco resold it to Lehigh Valley as its No. 635 and it became Conrail 6734. The diesel was scrapped about 1980; No. 4501 survives today.