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Deepwater Terminal Railroad

The Deepwater Terminal Railroad was a 4.5 mile terminal railroad off the Seaboard Air Line Railroad in Richmond, Virginia. The line was used to service Port of Richmond. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers oversaw and operated the Deepwater Terminal ...

Delta Valley and Southern Railway

The Delta Valley and Southern Railway is a short-line railroad headquartered in Wilson, Arkansas. DVS operates a two-mile line in Arkansas near Wilson with one switch engine. The line is the former 18.1-mile 29.1 km St. Louis-San Francisco Railwa ...

East Brookfield & Spencer Railroad

The East Brookfield & Spencer Railroad is a shortline railroad operated in East Brookfield, and Spencer, Massachusetts that serves the Northeast Automotive Intermodal Gateway. The company is privately owned, and connects with the adjacent CSX Bos ...

East Camden and Highland Railroad

The East Camden and Highland Railroad is a Class III short-line railroad headquartered in East Camden, Arkansas. EACH operates a 47.6 mile 76.6 km line in Arkansas from East Camden to Eagle Mills where it interchanges with Union Pacific Railroad. ...

Elizabethtown Industrial Railroad

The Elizabethtown Industrial Railroad is a switching and terminal railroad operating on about 1 mile of track in the vicinity of Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, United States. The railroad owns two EMD SW1200 locomotives of which one is active. Numb ...

Fore River Transportation Corporation

The Fore River Transportation Corporation is the operator of the Fore River Railroad, a class III railroad in eastern Massachusetts owned by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority. The railroad runs from the Fore River Shipyard in the Quincy ...

Fort Smith Railroad

The Fort Smith Railroad is a Class III short-line railroad headquartered in Fort Smith, Arkansas. FSR operates an 18 miles 29 km line in Arkansas from Fort Smith to Fort Chaffee. FSR traffic generally consists of grain, food products, paper produ ...

Golden Isles Terminal Railroad

The Golden Isles Terminal Railroad is a terminal railroad that began operations in 1998, taking over from the Colonels Island Railroad. It operates 33 miles of track in and around the port at Brunswick, GA. Starting in 1998, it is owned by Genese ...

Hoboken Manufacturers Railroad

Hoboken Shore Railroad, initials HSRR, was a New Jersey railroad which was created around 1954. It took over the activities of the Hoboken Manufacturers Railroad, initials HMRR. This railroad owned only 0.221 miles of mainline but leased about 19 ...

Hondo Railway

The Hondo Railway is a Class III shortline railroad that operates about 5 mi of trackage to the west of San Antonio, Texas. Roughly half of the railroads track) is terminal trackage leased from Texas Liquid Terminal, Inc. It was formed in 2006, a ...

Jefferson Warrior Railroad

The Jefferson Warrior Railroad was a terminal railroad as reported by the AAR. The JEFW began in 1895 as the Marylee Railroad took its current name in 1985. It operated about 15 miles of railroad in and around Birmingham, Alabama. The railroad wa ...

Keokuk Junction Railway

The Keokuk Junction Railway Co., is a Class III railroad in the U.S. states of Illinois and Iowa. It is a subsidiary of Pioneer Railcorp.

Meeker Southern Railroad

The Meeker Southern Railroad is a Class III shortline railroad owned by Ballard Terminal Railroad Company LLC that travels approximately 5 miles between East Puyallup and McMillin, Washington, United States. The Meeker Southern runs on former BNS ...

Michigan Shore Railroad

The Michigan Shore Railroad is a short line railroad owned by Genesee and Wyoming that operates 52 miles of track, connecting Fremont to CSX Transportation at West Olive, Michigan, United States. The railroad began operations in 1990, and was pur ...

Minnesota Commercial Railway

The Minnesota Commercial Railway is a short line railroad in the United States. This railroad operates out of the St. Paul area with service to Minneapolis, Bayport, Hugo, Fridley and New Brighton. It is considered a switching and terminal railro ...

Minnesota Transfer Railway

The Minnesota Transfer Railway was a short line railroad in the United States. It was incorporated on March 22, 1883. It was owned by nine major railroads serving the Twin Cities: Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Northern Pacific Railway C ...

Modesto and Empire Traction Company

The Modesto and Empire Traction Company is a Class III short-line railroad operating in Californias San Joaquin Valley. It is owned by the Beard Land & Investment Company and the Beard family has always owned the railroad. The Beards have also cr ...

Monongahela Connecting Railroad

The Monongahela Connecting Railroad or Mon Conn is a small industrial railroad in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was a subsidiary of the Jones & Laughlin Steel Company and a large portion of its work was for its parent company, though it also serve ...

New Orleans and Gulf Coast Railway

The New Orleans and Gulf Coast Railway Company, is a former Union Pacific Railroad branch line located outside New Orleans. The NOGC is a 32-mile-long railroad that interchanges with the UP in Westwego. The railroad serves over twenty switching a ...

New Orleans Public Belt Railroad

The New Orleans Public Belt Railroad is a Class III railroad, and a subsidiary of the Port of New Orleans. It connects with six Class I railroads serving the city, and provides switching and haulage service. It is estimated that one-third of the ...

North Carolina and Virginia Railroad

The NCVA began operations in 1987 of former Seaboard Coast Line Railroad trackage between Boykins, Virginia and Tunis in Cofield, North Carolina. The headquarters are in Ahoskie, North Carolina. The NCVA is a subsidiary of the Genesee & Wyoming a ...

Northern Lines Railway

Northern Lines Railway is a shortline railroad operating 17 miles of track in and near St. Cloud in central Minnesota. The railroad was formed in 2004 to operate Burlington Northern Santa Fe trackage in the St. Cloud area. Interchange is made wit ...

Omaha, Lincoln and Beatrice Railway

The Omaha, Lincoln and Beatrice Railway, The Big Red Line ", was founded in 1903 as an attempt to carry passengers between the three Nebraska cities. Although it never extended outside Lincoln, the OL&B currently exists as a Class III switchi ...

Pacific Harbor Line

The Pacific Harbor Line was formed in 1998 to take over the Harbor Belt Line. In 1998, the Alameda Corridor was nearing completion, allowing for a massive amount of railroad traffic from the largest harbors in the Western hemisphere: Port of Los ...

Panhandle Northern Railroad

The Panhandle Northern Railroad is a class III short-line railroad that operates 31 miles of track between Borger, Texas and Panhandle, Texas. The line operates on former Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway trackage that was sold off in 1993. I ...

Pittsburgh, Allegheny and McKees Rocks Railroad

The Pittsburgh, Allegheny and McKees Rocks Railroad is a switching railroad that serves industrial complexes in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania. It formerly served the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad yard across the Ohio River via a car ferry service, ope ...

Pittsburgh and Ohio Central Railroad

The Pittsburgh and Ohio Central Railroad is a short-line railroad operating 35 miles of track over the Chartiers Branch in southwest Pennsylvania. It also operated a small portion of the former Conrail Panhandle Route between Carnegie and Walkers ...

Port Bienville Railroad

The Port Bienville Railroad is a class III railroad operating in Mississippi. All mainline rail operated by PBVR has 286.000 pound gross-weight-on-rail capability. PBVR can store up to 429 rail cars at any one time. Multi-modal warehouse and tran ...

Quincy Railroad (California)

The Quincy Railroad is a 3.27-mile terminal railroad located at Quincy, California. The QRR interchanges with the Union Pacific at Quincy Junction in Plumas County, California, United States. For many years, the Quincy operated a separate 23.3 mi ...

Richmond Pacific Railroad

The Richmond Pacific Railroad is a terminal railroad owned by the Levin-Richmond Terminal Corporation. The RPRC operates on 2.5 miles of track in the shipping terminal and wharves at Richmond, California. The RPRC also interchanges with the Union ...

Rio Valley Switching Company

The Rio Valley Switching Company is a short-line railroad headquartered in McAllen, Texas. RVSC operates four lines, all leased from Union Pacific: A 41-mile line from an interchange with Union Pacific at Harlingen, Texas to an interchange with B ...

Salt Lake City Southern Railroad

The Salt Lake City Southern Railroad is a 25-mile short-line railroad operating between Salt Lake City, and Murray, in Utah, United States. The SL began operating on April 19, 1993 as a RailTex subsidiary. Today the SL is a subsidiary of the Utah ...

Santa Cruz, Big Trees and Pacific Railway

The Santa Cruz, Big Trees and Pacific Railway is a freight and heritage railroad in Northern California. It uses diesel locomotives to haul excursion trains over an 8-mile 13 km route between Felton, California and an interchange with the Saint P ...

Savannah Port Terminal Railroad

The Savannah Port Terminal Railroad is a terminal railroad that began operations on June 9, 1998, taking over track operations from the Savannah State Docks Railroad. It operates about 23 miles of track and handles about 46.000 cars annually. The ...

South Buffalo Railway

The South Buffalo Railway operates more than fifty miles of railway lines along the southeast shore of Lake Erie, in the United States. South Buffalo connects to CSX, Norfolk Southern, Canadian Pacific, and Canadian National Railway.

Tacoma Rail

Tacoma Rail is a publicly owned Class III shortline railroad. It is owned by the city of Tacoma, Washington and operated as a public utility. It is one of three operating divisions of the municipally-owned Tacoma Public Utilities service, but unl ...

Talleyrand Terminal Railroad

The Jacksonville Port Terminal Railroad is a short line terminal railroad run by Watco Companies. It serves the Jacksonville Port Authority and tenants with over ten miles of track. It has only one main line, running west from the Tallyrand Marin ...

Terminal Railway Alabama State Docks

The Terminal Railway Alabama State Docks is a terminal railroad according to the AAR. It operates on about 75 miles of track and is a subsidiary of the Alabama State Port Authority located at the Port of Mobile in Mobile, Alabama.

Texas, Gonzales and Northern Railway

The Texas, Gonzales and Northern Railway is a short-line railroad that operates 12.3 miles of track between Harwood, Texas and Gonzales, Texas.

SamKochAvto

SamKochAvto, originally Samarkand Automobile Factory, is a joint Turkish–Uzbekistani venture with major investment by the Turkish company Koc Holding. Located in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, the plant manufactures buses and has recently launched a prod ...

Baton Broadcast System

This is about the defunct television system owned by Baton Broadcasting. For the history of Baton Broadcasting itself, see Bell Media. The Baton Broadcast System, also known as BBS, was a Canadian system of television stations located in Ontario ...

Cascade Broadcasting Group

The first Cascade Broadcasting Company was based in Yakima, Washington. It consisted of four television stations and two AM radio stations. KLEW-TV Channel 3, Digital 32 Lewiston, Idaho KEPR-TV Channel 19, Digital 18 Tri-Cities, Washington KIMA-T ...

Cowles Media Company

Cowles Media Company was a newspaper, magazine and information publishing company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States. The company operated Cowles Business Media, Cowles Creative Publishing, and Cowles Enthusiast Media units. Own ...

Field Communications

Field Communications was a division of Field Enterprises, which owned the Chicago Sun-Times and the Chicago Daily News. The company owned independent television stations in the United States, with WFLD in Chicago as its largest-market station.

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