Indiana & Ohio Railway (IORY) is a short-line railroad operating primarily in western Ohio, as well as in parts of southeastern Indiana and southeast Michigan. The IORY serves the metropolitan areas of Cincinnati, Columbus, Springfield and Lima.
The IORY handles a wide range of commodities over its 570-mile railroad, including metal products, chemicals, plastics, lumber, paper, grain and grain products, such as ethanol and dried distillers grains. The IORY serves several barge terminals in Cincinnati, and has customers offering transload services to handle a variety of products. The IORY offers several sites suitable for new industry development.
The IORY has major interchanges with CFE, CN, CSXT, NS and WE, as well as numerous short lines, including CIND, AA, ADBF and RJCW, which offer the IORY the capability of easily moving goods throughout North America.