INRD train SAHW (Senate Ave Yard Indianapolis - Hiawatha Yard Jasonville) screams over the Richland Creek Viaduct, or referred to as Tulip Trestle with the for now usual duo of SD9043MAC’s for power. The trestle itself was built in 1905 by the Indianapolis Southern Railway, which became part of the Illinois Central Railroad in 1911. It is 2,295 feet in length and is the biggest railroad bridge in all of Indiana. The Tulip Trestle is the biggest trestle along the old Illinois Central “Hi-Dry Line” as well. The Indianapolis District of the former Illinois Central was known as the “Hi-Dry Line” for many high fills and bridges/trestles, which makes the line very photogenic, and worth a trip every so often.