If you're a Norfolk Southern railfan, check out Claypool, Indiana. It's a good place to watch/photo/film NS freights on the Fort Wayne-Chicago Chicago District and the Goshen-Anderson Marion Branch. Both rail lines cross each other at grade. There's a town street which runs along the west side of the Marion Branch.You can stand or park on this street, it's public property on or along this street, there's a playground just west of Railroad St., you can also park along the edge of this street near the playground property fence.This street dead-ends on either side of a former grade crossing on the Chicago District, so you shouldn't have any major street traffic worries. Stay off NS property at/near the diamonds and keep away from a nearby NS office trailer that's located along Railroad St. close to the Marion Branch.I have parked here countless times for over 11 years and have seen numerous intermodals, including RoadRailer trains as well as coal and merchandise trains. On the Marion Branch, general merchandise trains rule the day, with occasional special trains like the recent FEMA trains, aggregate trains and a grain train every once in a while. The town of Claypool is approximately 8/10 miles south of Warsaw, approximately 3/5 miles north of Silver Lake on State Rd. 15. On State Rd. 15, at the overpass over the Chicago District, take the county road towards the east towards town, approximately 1 mile, till you get to Railroad St., then turn right(south), keep driving till you get to the former grade crossing near the diamonds.