Train #’s odd go south, evens go north except grain & coal unit trains which could be ether
South of were the EVWR joins up with the CSX at a wye is Howel yard. An ex L&N yard. CSXT trains are yarded there and is a crew change point. Until the 80’s IC had trackage rights along the CSX in both directions as part of their Evansville district. The IC trackage rights went into Kentucky.
Next point is the Ohio River Bridge which is best viewed from Downtown Henderson along the river. There is a mini version of the union station and a repainted L&N caboose that is a good vantage point.
Then there is the Union station area of Henderson KY which was the track age coming off the bridge splits into several routes. The route closest to the station site (if it still stands) was the IC and it is abandoned beyond the edge of town for most part. Central route continues on to Madisonville and points south while the third route “the Texas line” crosses the PAL outside Louisville. The stations are represents as close to Texas as the line would get.
The next point of interest is the Morganfield branch. There were multiple connections usually Via mines between the L&N and the IC including trackage rights to access various mines. The only mine complex known to me to be operating at this point is Dotiki. Occasionally EVWR and PAL trains will load at that mine.
In Madisonville KY there is a connection to the PAL a CSX yard and CSX has connections to some of the mines most notable is Warror mine served by and connected to both railroads and can be a busy place though only one train is loaded at a time.
* Region wide
|North Howell||323.40||CSXT continues north|
|(FT Campbell line)||236.1||army railroad|
|North Casky||234.8||North end of proposed yard|
|Pembroke||229.7||South end of proposed yard|
|Guthrie yard||214.4||North end|
|Guthrie||215.77||RJ interchange to Memphis line nearby and engine house|
|Guthrie yard||215.8||South end/yard office end|
|Amqui||176.78||Jct with Lou to Nash line|
|Radnor||190.00||Lou to Nash line|
|Nashville||186.50||Lou to Nash line|