RAILROAD OPERATING INFORMATION

NORFOLK SOUTHERN

Detroit Line

FORMERLY New York Central Railroad (Michigan Central Railroad) (east track)
FORMERLY New York Central Railroad (Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway) (west track)
CONSTRUCTED 1873 by Detroit & State Line Railroad (east track)
CONSTRUCTED 1856 by Detroit Monroe & Toledo Railroad (west track)
ABS installed 1925
LAST PASSENGER TRAIN: 1963

Radio Frequency - 161.070 (AAR Channel 64) (Detroit-CP YD)
Radio Frequency - 160.800 (AAR Channel 46) (CP YD-CP Blaha/CP Day)
Radio Frequency - 161.070 (AAR Channel 64) (CP Blaha/CP Day-Toledo)

Stations/Milepost Locations

Direction is southward from Detroit to Toledo
Distance is from Detroit

2.9 CP West Detroit
3.1 CP George
3.7 CP Waterman
5.3 Delray (CSX crossing)
6.1 Bridge
6.5 CP YD
7.0 River Rouge
7.8 Visger
9.3 CP Mill
11.7 Wyandotte
14.0 Sibley
15.5 CP Rodney (CN crossing)
15.8 Trenton
19.3 Gibraltar
20.0 CP Blaha (west track)
20.0 CP Day (east track)
22.9 Rockwood (west track)
23.3 Rockwood (east track)
28.0 Newport
34.0 Warner Yard
35.9 Monroe
36.6 Dunbar
40.2 La Salle
46.6 Vienna
50.3 Alexis (CSX/AAR crossing)
51.4 K (CSX crossing)
52.7 Cravens
54.4 CP 54
56.0 CP 56
57.7 CP 289

2 tracks, CTC in use. CTC controlled from Dearborn, MI. Detroit Dispatcher controls trackage from Detroit to CP YD, Michigan Line Dispatcher controls trackage from CP YD to CP Blaha and CP Day, Dearborn Dispatcher controls trackage from CP Blaha and CP Day to Toledo.


LOST STATIONS

Known discontinued passenger railroad stations. Includes zoomable Google maps.

INTERLOCKING TOWERS

Past and present towers and interlockings.