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1980 - 90 Photo Page

Photos Needed - I'm looking for photos of railroad subjects in Madison County. They may be trains, locomotives, freight or... - click for more -
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These photos were taken between 1980 and 1990 by Scott Withrow

Conrail INPE rolls under the overpass on Buena Vista street in Paris, IL, with an uncommon set of 3 GP15s. In Paris, the train will turn geographic north for the rest of the trip to Danville, IL, and eventually on to Pekin.

Conrail YSAV-19 at Transfer Yard
The yard crew sits out some idle time at Transfer Yard just west of downtown Indianapolis.

Street running in Lafayette

CSX Northbound at Plummer Cut
A CSX trackage-rights train runs east on the St. Louis Line to Greencastle where it will then go north on the Monon. One has to wonder how important that grain must be to run such a small train. As an aside, this shot is impossible to reproduce now because of the growth of the trees covering the hillside on the right.

CSX Southbound R590 at Greencastle
This is not a post-merger photo! Southbound train R591 comes off of the CSX connection to the Monon at Greencastle and will take the St. Louis Line west to Terre Haute and go south on the CE&D Subdivision at Haley.

Conrail at IU Tower
A westbound rolls past IU Tower in downtown Indianapolis. This is the view from the top of the Union Station parking garage.

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All photos not otherwise marked are by Scott Withrow

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