Muncie & Western Railroad

Muncie & Western Railroad

The Muncie and Western Railroad, often colloquially known as the "Ball Line," was established in 1902 as a short set of rail spurs that connected the Ball Brothers manufacturing plant to the “Belt Line” railroad and then to the national rail network.. The Ball Line facilitated the transport of raw materials in, and of Ball finished products out, including the Ball Brothers' famed glass jars. However, what the rail line was most known for were its branded boxcars, which were painted orange and included artwork similar to this graphic.


Ball line gallery (photos from lost muncie)

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