RAILROAD OPERATING INFORMATION

CENTRAL RAILROAD OF INDIANA

FORMERLY New York Central Railroad (Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago & St. Louis Railway)
(Indiana Division/Main Line)
CONSTRUCTED 1853 by Lawrenceburg & Upper Mississippi Railroad
DOUBLE TRACK completed after 1909 (Greensburg-Cincinnati)
ABS installed 1926 (Greensburg-Cincinnati)/1941 (Shelbyville-Greensburg)
CTC installed 1962-1963 (Greensburg-Lawrenceburg)/second track eliminated
CTC installed 1967 (Lawrenceburg-Cincinnati)/second track eliminated
LAST PASSENGER TRAIN: James Whitcomb Riley (Amtrak)/1973
DOWNGRADED 1970's

Radio Frequency - 160.545 (AAR Channel 29)

Stations/Milepost Locations

Direction is eastward from Shelbyville to Cincinnati
Distance is from Cincinnati

82.8 Shelbyville
75.3 Waldron
72.7 St. Paul
67.8 Adams
62.8 Greensburg
54.0 New Point
47.8 Batesville
46.2 Hyde
45.3 Morris
39.9 Sunman
36.8 Weisburg
30.4 Ross
27.9 Guilford
20.5 State Line (IN-OH)
19.5 Elizabethtown
17.7 Valley Jct.
16.1 Cleves
15.3 North Bend
13.2 Addyston
12.0 Fernbank
10.6 Delhi
2.1 CP West Oak
1.6 CP Oklahoma
0.6 Baymiller Street
0.5 Woods Street
0.0 Cincinnati

1 track, unsignaled.


CLASSIC TRACK DIAGRAMS

Track diagram as main line segments existed until the 1970's, when through passenger trains still operated between Cincinnati and Kankakee and Chicago.


LOST STATIONS

Known discontinued passenger railroad stations. Includes zoomable Google maps.

INTERLOCKING TOWERS

Past and present towers and interlockings.