RAILROAD OPERATING INFORMATION

CSX TRANSPORTATION

Shelbyville Secondary Subdivision

FORMERLY New York Central Railroad (Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago & St. Louis Railway)
(Indiana Division/Main Line)
CONSTRUCTED 1853 by Shelbyville & Indianapolis Railroad
ABS installed 1942
CTC installed 1961 (Indianapolis-Dix)
LAST PASSENGER TRAIN: James Whitcomb Riley (Amtrak)/1973
DOWNGRADED 1970's

Radio Frequency - 160.800 (AAR Channel 46)
Dispatcher - 160.560 (AAR Channel 30)

Stations/Milepost Locations

Direction is eastward from Indianapolis to Shelbyville
Distance is from Cincinnati

109.6 Indianapolis
109.3 IU
108.9 College Avenue
106.9 Belt Crossing
106.3 Hill Yard
102.0 Grove
96.6 Acton
94.9 Dix
94.2 London
86.0 Vine
82.8 Shelbyville
81.9 Vine Yard
81.0 Mack

1 track, Direct Traffic Control in use, controlled by CSX "IC" Dispatcher in Indianapolis.


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.