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Railroad Depot and Grain Elevator, Kewanna
Railroads; Railroad facilities; Railroad shops & yards; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Transportation
The railroad was essential for transporting Indiana’s agricultural products as well as other resources such as coal and limestone.
Birds-Eye View, Flatrock, Indiana
Shelby County (Ind.); Bird's-eye views; Railroad crossings; Railroad facilities; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Railroad freight cars
A railroad station on the Jeffersonville, Madison, and Indianapolis Railroad, the village of Flat Rock was laid out in January 1855. It was named for the nearby Flatrock River.
Atlanta Interurban Station
Railroads; Railroad cars; Railroad stations; Railroad facilities; Railroad passenger cars; Railroad stations; Railroad travel; Transportation; Travel; Bicycles & tricycles
The car is number 270. The signs on the car read: "Logansport Limited Indianapolis."
Letts Corner Railroad Station, Letts Corner, Indiana
Railroad stations; Railroad signals; Railroad crossings
View of a railroad station in Letts Corner, Indiana. The small station is located near a railroad crossing.
Pennsylvania Railroad Station, Hagerstown, Indiana
Railroad stations; Carts & wagons; Railroad locomotives; Railroad signals; Passengers
View of the railroad station in Hagerstown, Indiana. A horse and wagon are parked next to the one story wooden structure. People with their luggage wait by the side of the building. There is a railroad...
Big 4 Depot, Fowler, Indiana
Benton County (Ind.); Railroad stations; Railroad locomotives; Railroad tracks; Railroad travel; Railroad passenger cars;
Moses Fowler laid out the town in 1872 in hopes of attracting a railroad. His plan was such a success that the town developed around the station area.
Kewanna, Indiana Railroad Depot
Fulton County (Ind.); Railroad facilities; Railroad freight cars; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Grain elevators
Kewanna was named Pleasant Grove in 1845 and was later called Pinhook. In 1871 it was renamed for the Potawatomi chief Kee-waw-nee, whose name meant Prairie Chicken. He lived in the area from around 1800...
Arcadia American Express Company [Train Depot]
Hamilton County (Ind.); Railroad facilities; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Railroad freight cars; Transportation
Arcadia was organized in 1849 and named for the ancient Greek district noted for its pastoral beauty. Growth was slow until the Indianapolis, Peru and Chicago Railroad came in 1854. Arcadia glass, now...
B & O Interurban Crossing. Milford JC. Ind. 4
Transportation; Railroads; Railroad travel; Railroad stations; Railroad employees; Railroad stations; Railroad cars; Travel; Clothing & dress
Small interurban stations or depots sprouted all over the state in the early 1900s. Passengers and onlookers pose at Milford Junction, a stop on a popular line between Goshen and Winona Lake in northern...
Big Four Station, Fairmont, Indiana
Railroad stations; Railroad signals; Railroad tracks; Carts & wagons
View of a railroad station in Fairmont, Indiana. The one story wooden building is located next to the railroad tracks. A signal is mounted in the middle of the structure. Some empty freight wagons are...
Train and Station, Emison, Indiana
Railroad stations; Railroad locomotives; Railroad tracks; Railroad signals
View of a train coming in to a railroad station in Emison, Indiana. Locomotive 438 is shown on the tracks next to the station. A train signal is next to the building.
N. Railroad St., Spencer, Indiana
Business districts; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Storefronts; Law offices; Streets
View of North Railroad Street in Spencer, Indiana. Several storefronts face the railroad station and tracks across the street. A large sign on the corner advertises the Office of T. G. Spangler, Lawyer....
B. & O. S-W Depot, Osgood, Indiana
Railroad stations; Railroad crossings; Railroad tracks; Railroad freight cars
View of the Baltimore and Ohio Depot in Osgood, Indiana. The wooden one story structure has two sets of railroad tracks next to it. There is a wide platform by the station for waiting passengers and freight....
East Oak Street, Campbellsburg, Indiana
Washington County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Storefronts; Railroad tracks; Railroad employees; Railroad handcars; Streets; Carts & wagons; Horses; Sidewalks; Dirt roads
In 1849, the tiny town, Buena Vista was platted after the New Albany and Salem Railroad, later the Monon Railroad, was extended through the county. In 1851, the town was enlarged and renamed Cambellsburg...
Lake Erie & Western Railroad Depot and Dispatcher's Offices, Tipton, Indiana
Tipton County (Ind.); New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks
The Lake Erie & Western Railroad was built through Tipton County in 1854. The county donated lands for depots and freight houses. The freight houses, round houses and shops located at the Tipton junction...
B & O Depot, North Vernon, Indiana
Jennings County (Ind.); Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company; Railroad facilities; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks
North Vernon was laid out in the 1850s as Tripton. It had previously been known as Lick Skillet. The Ohio & Mississippi Railroad built a branch there in 1868. It was this line that was taken over by the...
Evansville & Terre Haute Railroad Depot, Princeton, Indiana
Gibson County (Ind.); Railroad facilities; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Railroads
The Evansville & Illinois Railroad arrived in Princeton in 1852. Rail lines of various names provided passenger service there until 1967. Built in 1875, the Princeton Depot is the only remaining depot...
Pennsylvania Station, Remington, Indiana
Jasper County (Ind.); Railroad stations; Railroad passenger cars; Railroad signals; Railroad travel
Like many small communities in this area, Remington, Indiana's development was influenced by the arrival of the railroad which provided a means for shipping agricultural products to larger cities, like...
Break in Levee on White River, Indianapolis, Flood March 27, 1913
Floods--Indiana; Levees; Transportation; Rivers; Railroads; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Railroad rails; Railroad cars; Railroads--Natural disaster effects--Indiana; Natural disasters--Indiana
Land that was under the railroad track has been washed away.
Getting In and Out of Ossian, Indiana
Travel; Railroads; Railroad stations; Railroad passenger cars; Railroad cars; Railroad travel; Transportation
The car is number 202. A man is visible through the windshield of the interurban.
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