Indian Creek Railroad

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Indian Creek Railroad Overview

The Indian Creek Railroad is a short-line railroad in Madison County, Indiana, United States. The 4.55-mile line is owned by Kokomo Grain Company, an agricultural products and services company, and connects their property with the Norfolk Southern Railway's Marion Branch in northern Anderson, carrying outbound grain and inbound fertilizer.

The company's sole locomotive is a former SP Alco RS-11 diesel numbered 6002. The Indian Creek Railroad acquired it in 1982 and rebuilt it in 1996.

ICRK interchanges with NS in Anderson.

Indian Creek Railroad Locomotives

Number Model Year(s) Built History Notes
ICRK 6002 RS11 1959 Ex-SP 5858/SP 2923.

Indian Creek Railroad Customers

Customer Location Company Description Type of Railcar Notes
Kokomo Grain Frankton Grain Elevator Covered Hoppers Main customer.
Harvest Land Co-Op Frankton Fertilizer Supplier Covered Hoppers



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