RAILROAD OPERATING INFORMATION

CSX TRANSPORTATION

Indianapolis Line Subdivision

FORMERLY New York Central Railroad (Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago & St. Louis Railway)
(Ohio Division/Main Line)
CONSTRUCTED 1851-1853 by Indianapolis & Bellefontaine Railroad
DOUBLE TRACK constructed around 1910-1911
COLOR LIGHT ABS installed 1926-1930
LAST PASSENGER TRAIN: 1971
CTC installed late 1970's (CP 245-Indianapolis)

Radio Frequency - 160.800 (AAR Channel 46)
Dispatcher - 160.680 (AAR Channel 38) (CP 189-CP 273)
Dispatcher - 160.560 (AAR Channel 30) (CP 273-Indianapolis)

Stations/Milepost Locations

Direction is westward from Ansonia to Indianapolis
Distance is from Cleveland

189.7 Ansonia
189.7 CP 189
191.2 CP 191
198.8 CP 198
198.8 Union City
202.7 Harrisville
207.9 Winchester
215.8 Farmland
218.8 Connor
219.9 Parker City
223.3 Selma
228.5 CP Vance
229.5 CP 229 (NS crossing)
229.6 Muncie
230.0 CP 230 (NS crossing)
232.7 Hart
235.3 Yorktown
240.0 Daleville
242.3 Chesterfield
245.5 CP 245
245.7 Gridley
246.7 Delco
247.4 Anderson
247.5 CP 246
247.9 South Anderson Yard
250.9 CP 250
255.4 Pendleton
257.3 Raleigh
260.3 CP 260
260.4 Ingalls
262.3 David
263.1 Fortville
268.0 McCordsville
269.8 Oakland
272.7 Post
273.4 Fort Benjamin Harrison
274.6 Lawrence
275.0 CP 275
277.8 Eastwood
279.1 Belt Junction
279.4 Brightwood
280.1 CP 280
281.9 Massachusetts Ave.
283.7 CP IU
283.8 Indianapolis

2 tracks CTC between Ansonia and Harrisville, and between CP 245 and Indianapolis. 2 tracks, signaled for normal right hand operation, between Harrisville and CP 245. Controlled by CSX "ID" Dispatcher in Indianapolis. Between CP 273 and Indianapolis (Indianapolis Terminal Subdivision) controlled by CSX "IC" Dispatcher in Indianapolis.


LOST STATIONS

Known discontinued passenger railroad stations. Includes zoomable Google maps.

INTERLOCKING TOWERS

Past and present towers and interlockings.