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North Vernon had a fair sized yard at one time. This line from Cincinnati to East St. Louis was built by the Ohio & Mississippi Railroad as a 6-foot gauge railroad in 1857. It was converted to standard gauge in 1871 and was acquired by the B&O in 1893. In 1937, the B&O added 237 GRS color postion signals between North Vernon, ID and Vincennes.
Partway down the siding at North Vernon, Extra 4447 East passes B&O engine 3763.
The train is about to cross of an old Pennsylvania Railroad branch between Columbus and Madison. The train stopped about 100 feet further down the siding and then cut the crossing so it wouldn't be blocked for an excessive amount of time. Disk 117