Black and White conversion of interlocking tower, Walkerton, Indiana
I haven't exactly turned into a full-fledged "Gricer" or railroad fan, but I have always enjoyed the railroad, especially the old structures that often accompanied railroad yards. I've missed several opportunities to photograph old train stations, steam era crossbucks and other items, so I'm making sure I don't miss this interlocking tower in the CSX rail yard in Walkerton, Indiana.
According to a post at trainorders.com, the two lines that cross there are the CSX (B&O) main To Chicago, and the seldom used NS (ex NKP Michigan City Branch).
Train moving past interlocking tower; Walkerton, Indiana
Wooden crossbuck; off rt. 104, St. Joseph County, Indiana
Posted by Tom Gill at Monday, August 07, 2006