RAILROAD OPERATING INFORMATION

UNION PACIFIC

Farm Subdivision

FORMERLY Chicago & North Western Railway
CONSTRUCTED 1862 by Kenosha Rockford & Rock Island Railroad
LAST PASSENGER TRAIN: 1939
ABANDONED mostly 1939 (Bain-Harvard/Caledonia-Rockford)
ABANDONED 1991 (Harvard-Caledonia)

Only surviving segment is in the Kenosha area, connecting between the passenger and freight lines between Chicago and Milwaukee. Another segment survived until 1991 between Harvard and south of Caledonia, where this line had crossed a line extending north from Belvidere to Beloit. After abandonment west of there to Rockford and south of there from Belvidere, this segment became part of a line between Harvard and Beloit.

Radio Frequency - 161.040 (AAR Channel 62)

Stations/Milepost Locations

Direction is westward from Kenosha to Rockford
Distance is from Kenosha

ITALICS INDICATE ABANDONED SEGMENTS

0.0 Kenosha
1.2 Farm Yard
4.2 Bain
5.9 Pleasant Prairie
9.6 Woodworth
12.1 Bristol
15.1 Salem
19.2 Fox River
21.6 Bassetts
23.5 Twin Lakes
25.3 Lake Elizabeth
27.5 Genoa City
33.5 Hebron
38.1 Alden
44.3 Harvard
47.0 Chemung
51.1 Capron
56.2 Poplar Grove
---- Caledonia
62.4 Argyle
66.4 Harlem
72.6 Rockford

1 track, unsignaled.


LOST STATIONS

Known discontinued passenger railroad stations. Includes zoomable Google maps.

INTERLOCKING TOWERS

Past and present towers and interlockings.