INDIANA'S INTERLOCKINGS

CHESAPEAKE & OHIO

Miami Subdivision

Much of route abandoned, remainder now owned by various short line operators.


PHOENIX (Marion)
CTC interlocking installed 1953, remotely controlled from Peru

Former crossing with Nickel Plate West Marion Belt.

ABOVE ABANDONED 1989
BELOW ABANDONED 1992

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DEER CREEK (Marion)
CTC interlocking installed 1953, remotely controlled from Peru

Former crossing with New York Central Soldiers Home Branch.

FOWLERTON
Mechanical interlocking installed before 1906

Former crossing with Pennsylvania Railroad Muncie Branch, abandoned 1933.

DREW
Mechanical interlocking installed before 1906
Closed 1952, replaced with CTC installation in Peru

Former crossing with Pennsylvania Railroad Muncie Branch, abandoned 1976.

MUNCIE
CTC interlocking installed 1953, remotely controlled from Peru

Former crossing of Chesapeake & Ohio and paralleling Pennsylvania Railroad Muncie Branch, abandoned 1976, with Nickel Plate New Castle District. The Pennsylvania Railroad crossing was not interlocked.

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VANCE (Muncie)
Tower listed with New York Central

LOSANTVILLE
Mechanical interlocking installed before 1906
Replaced with automatic interlocking 1958

Former crossing with New York Central Springfield Branch, not included in Conrail 1976.

ABOVE ABANDONED 1992

COTTAGE GROVE
Tower listed with Baltimore & Ohio


EARLY CTC INSTALLATIONS

Griffith-Peru-Drew-Cheviot
Installed 1951, control machine in dispatcher's office in Peru
Control machine expanded 1952
Completed 1954