Honey Creek Railroad

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Honey Creek Railroad Overview

Honey Creek Railroad was a short-line railroad in Rush County, Indiana. The line begins at its interchange with CSX on the west side of Rushville and stretches north approximately six miles, ending at the town of Sexton. Honey Creek's operations began October 1, 1993 and consists almost exclusively of hauling grain.

In 2017, CSX took over the entire line. However, the line remains owned by Bunge and is still called the Honey Creek Railroad.

Honey Creek Railroad Locomotives

Number Model Year(s) Built History Notes
HCRR 8898 SW7 1950 Ex-CR 8898/NYC 8898.

Honey Creek Railroad Customers

Customer Location Company Description Type of Railcar Notes
Bunge Sexton Grain Elevator Covered Hoppers

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