Louisville and Indiana Railroad
The Louisville and Indiana Railroad operates 113 miles of rail in Indiana, primarily between Indianapolis and Louisville. It primarily carries Cement, chemicals, food products, grain, lumber, manufactured goods, paper, plastics, scrap and steel. The Louisville and Indiana crosses Floyd, Clark, Scott, Jackson, Bartholomew/, Johnson, and Marion counties.
Louisville and Indiana Railroad in Bartholomew County
Length - About 22 miles
The Louisville and Indiana Railroad enters Bartholomew County about .6 miles northeast of its intersection with Interstate 65 in Jackson County. It intersects Indiana State Road 46 in Columbus about 11.6 miles north of the county line after parelleling Indiana State Road 11 for much of the distance. About 3.1 miles north of this intersection the Louisville and Indiana Railroad crosses US Route 31 which it parallels for a distance. About 5 miles north of the intersection with US Route 31 the Louisville and Indiana Railroad crosses under Interstate 65. It leave Bartholomew County and enters Johnson County about 2.42 miles north of this intersection.
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Louisville and Indiana Railroad in Jackson County
Length - Aproximately 20 miles
The Louisville and Indiana Railroad enters Jackson County from Jefferson County in the south about two miles southeast of Crothersville, Indiana. It intersects Indiana State Road 250 about 3.5 miles north of Crothersville. It intersects US Route 50 about 8 miles north of this point in Seymour where there is a transload facility in conjunction with the CSX Railroad which it also intersects with here. It exits Jackson County and enters Bartholomew County about 5.9 miles north of Seymour.
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