Lucas Oil Rail Lines

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Lucas Oil Rail Line
Reporting mark LORL
Locale Harrison County, Indiana
Dates of operation 2006–present
Predecessor Louisville, New Albany and Corydon Railroad
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) (standard gauge)
Length 7.7 miles
Headquarters Corydon, Indiana

Lucas Oil Rail Line is a short line railway (reporting mark LORL) that operates in Harrison County, Indiana between Corydon Junction and Corydon, a distance of 7.7 miles (12.39 km).[1]


On May 25, 2006,[2] the former Louisville, New Albany and Corydon Railroad was sold by its then owner, BPM Rail, Inc., to the line's main customer, Lucas Oil Products. The line is now owned by a subsidiary of that company, Lucas Rail Lines, Inc. (LRL)[3] and does business as Lucas Oil Rail Line (LORL).


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