Southbound through the railroad rich history town of Monon.
Two things Indiana is known for - corn and the Monon. Monon had a number of dual-purpose boxcars (boppers) designed with covered hopper-like loading hatches on the top for agricultural products. C... (more)
This wrecking crane doubles as a sign holder for this nice railroad museum near Monon.
ex B&O 3823
A Monon caboose Tries to stay warm on a cold April night.
8 Second exposure/ f5.6 / ISO 200.
A trip south on Hwy 421 in Indiana found this gem, a US&S DW wig-wag signal. Restored with a tear drop bell, cast iron crossbucks and an oil burning lamp above the banner. The pannels on the top... (more)
You saw it here first. Three Purdue Railroad Club members paced the northbound Hoosier State, hauling in its first public appearance #145 with its special Phase III heritage paint scheme. Club s... (more)
CSX AC4400CW 7 sits on a siding in Monon.
Opposed US&S search lights glow under the star trails.
This museum is an awesome find for anyone into signals. There are at least 25 different signals there.
A northbound CSX freight slowly climbs up hill on the old Monon Chicago Line. Sadly, a Monon train has not ran on these rails since July 31st, 1971.
CSX YN3 SD60I 8732 holds in Monon with a eastbound manifest along with a CSX B30-7 and a UP SD70M.
Former B&O 4023