What a surprise. I had traveled to the old B&O following a CSX train when I saw this. A 1943 built BLW VO-1000. Built originally for the ACL it has served most of its life for the
U.S. Navy. The... (more)
CMPA 3634 crosses the CSX Indiana Sub in North Vernon. The conductor is on the ground to operate the tilt target signal that guards the diamond.
CMPA 3634 sits on the spur to Hilex Plastics, basking in the afternoon sun.
After working the CSX interchange yard, the Madison Railroads's U.S. Navy tribute VO-1000M shoves a cut of covered hoppers around the connection track onto the CMPA's former PRR Madison Hill Line ... (more)
One of the Madsion Railroad's two EMD repowered Baldwin VO-1000M's, CMPA 4, drills interchange cars in the CSX interchange yard in North Vernon, passing one of the Indiana Subdivision's many remai... (more)
Switching the CSXT Interchange at North Vernon The Madison Railroad has started their day drilling out a lengthy cut of covered hoppers at the downtown interchange. Once finished, they... (more)
Paint schemes old and new: On location of the old Jefferson Proving Grounds in Madison, Indiana rests the shops of the Madison Railroad. This facility was once used for munitions testi... (more)
One of the last remaining B&O tilting target board signals sits in downtown North Vernon, IN. Three days per week, the Madison Railroad's North Vernon local runs past this signal as they come and... (more)
Madison Railroad's GP10 is shoving back toward Helix Plastics as they leave the downtown portion of North Vernon and pass some farming equipment at a local facility in town.
Madison Railroad's GP10 is working the CSX Interchange in North Vernon as they pass the classic former B&O CPL signal.
Rare movement south of North Vernon to store cars passes a old house in Vernon, Indiana.
Rare movement south of North Vernon to store cars passes the historic setting of Vernon, Indiana.
Madison Railroads SW8 works an industry in North Vernon.
Santa Special on the Madison RR stops traffic along busy US 50 in North Vernon, IN.