The CSX rail line thru Southern Indiana is comprised of the former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad St. Louis line. Back in the 1800's the line was first known as the Ohio and Mississipi Railroad. The line was built originally to broad gauge construction, thus the tunnels on the line were built wide, and did not need to be rebuilt to handle double stack containers. The photograph on this page is of train R372, the east bound St. Louis to Cincinnati manifest freight which normally ran on this line in the daylight hours. This photograph was taken in 1992.