Intercity trains operated until 1967, with Hammond Lowell Rensselaer Monon and Lafayette the only surviving stations when passenger service was discontinued. Amtrak later introduced service via this route nonstop between Chicago and Lafayette, although later added stops at Dyer and Rensselaer.
Milepost locations are indicated, distance from Chicago.
Exact locations are not available for all stations.
Lowell (44.8) - station was located south of Commercial Ave., on the east side of the track. The station building still stands.
Rensselaer (73.1) - station was located north of Cullen Ave., on the west side of the track. The Amtrak station now occupies that location.
Monon (88.4) - station was located at the southwest quadrant of the crossing, between the crossing and the main line track. The station building still stands.
Brookston (106.2) - station was located south of 3rd St., on the east side of the track.
Lafayette (120.0) - station was located at the southwest corner of North St. and 5th St. The railroad operated in the middle of 5th St. at the time. The station building still stands.
South Lake County