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Pic 1: The junction between the mainline and the quarry spur that defined the location of Diamond. Looking south toward Louisville.
Pic 2: As far back as I could trace the quarry spur. Clear Creek is right behind the trees. Looking west.
Pic 3: This toppled structure was at the clearing at the traceable end of the spur. I have no idea what it is, and it might not even be railroad related.
Pic 4: This pile of old ties was sitting on the east side of the mainline at around MP E2.4. There was also a smaller stack behind me that I didn't feel the need to photograph.
Pic 5: This was on the northwest side of the tracks just south of bridge E2.1. I think it might have been a signal mounting for the north end of the passing siding.
Pic 6: Bridge E2.1 is still mostly intact. Looking north toward Chicago.
Pic 7: Bridge E2.1 can still support the weight of a person, because I had to cross it to get this picture. Looking south toward Louisville.
Pic 8: Bridge E3.4 is also still intact, although West Fluck Mill Road below
it is in pretty
Pic 9: The other side of Bridge E3.4. Looking west.
Pic 10: By far the most interesting find of the day, the word "Monon" is
still visible on the
Pic 11: Bridge E1.7 still stands as well. Looking west.
Pic 12: This structure is on the east side of the tracks just north of Bridge
Pic 13: Taken from the West Dillman Road crossing. Looking north toward Chicago.
Pic 14: The West Dillman Road crossing. Looking south toward Louisville.