Roger Scroggins' Union Pacific Indiana Division

The Union and Pacific was originally developed to transport lead ore from Union and Pacific, Missouri to St. Louis. Eventually the name was shortened and the railroad grew into a Y-shaped bridge line with a western terminal in Kansas City. The line splits in Vincennes going south to Evansville and Nashville, TN and north to Ft. Wayne, IN. The layout depicts the line from Marion, IN to Vincennes, IN. Union Pacific operates the line with NS and CSX trackage rights. Mostly single track servicing mining, petrochemicals, agricultural type customers. Long manifests and unit trains are common with three locals operating from Westfield Yard to Kokomo, Indy and Vincennes Operating system under development.

Last Updated on 3/7/2022