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BRC - The Belt Railway Company of Chicago
The Belt Railway Company of Chicago, headquartered in Bedford Park, IL, is the largest switching terminal railroad in the United States. It is co-owned by six Class I railroads — BNSF Railway, Canadian National Railway, Canadian Pacific Railway (the BRC's north-south main line's northern terminus is, like the Indiana Harbor Belt, the Milwaukee District West Line in Chicago's Cragin neighborhood), CSX Transportation, Norfolk Southern Railway, and Union Pacific Railroad — each of which uses the switching and interchange facilities of the BRC.
TCWR - Twin Cities & Western Railroad
The Twin Cities and Western Railroad is a railroad operating in the U.S. state of Minnesota which started operations on July 27, 1991. Trackage includes the former Soo Line Railroad "Ortonville Line", originally built as the first part of the Pacific extension of the Milwaukee Road. This main line extends from Hopkins, Minnesota (a Western suburb of the Twin Cities) to Appleton, Minnesota.
OmniTRAX, Inc. is a transportation and transportation infrastructure holding company based in Denver, Colorado, in the United States. It primarily owns and operates railroads, with a network of 21 regional and shortline railroads in 12 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces.
LAL - Livonia, Avon & Lakeville Railroad
The Livonia, Avon and Lakeville Railroad (reporting mark LAL) is a short line railroad that operates in Livingston County and Monroe County in New York, United States.
Pinsly Railroad Company, based in Westfield, Massachusetts, is a short line railroad holding company. Includes The Florida Northern Railroad (FNOR), Arkansas Midland Railroad (AKMD), Pioneer Valley Railroad (PVRR), Florida Central Railroad (FCEN), Florida Midland Railroad (FMID).
NYSW - New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway
The New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway (Susie-Q or the Susquehanna) is a Class II American freight railway operating over 400 miles (645 km) of track in the northeastern U.S. states of New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
MSCI - Mississippi Central Railroad
Mississippi Central Railroad is a short line railroad operating over 51 miles from Oxford, Mississippi, to Grand Junction, Tennessee, owned by Pioneer Railcorp.
PNWR - Portland and Western Railroad
The Portland and Western Railroad is a 466-mile (750 km) Class II railroad serving the U.S. state of Oregon, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of shortline and regional railroad holding company Genesee & Wyoming Inc. The PNWR includes a subsidiary, the Willamette and Pacific Railroad
PW - Providence and Worcester Railroad
The Providence and Worcester Railroad, owned by railroad holding company Genesee & Wyoming; is a Class II railroad operating in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, as well as New York via trackage rights.
Vermont Rail System
Vermont Rail System is an affiliation of six shortlines; Vermont Railway (VTR), Green Mountain Railroad (GMRC), Clarendon and Pittsford Railroad (CLP), Washington County Railroad (WACR), New York and Ogdensburg Railway (NYOG), and New England Southern Railroad (NEGS).
WSOR - Wisconsin & Southern Railroad
The Wisconsin and Southern Railroad is a Class II regional railroad in Southern Wisconsin and Northeastern Illinois currently operated by Watco. It operates former Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (Milwaukee Road) and Chicago and North Western Railway (C&NW) trackage.
IAIS - Iowa Interstate Railroad
The Iowa Interstate Railroad is a Class II regional railroad operating in the central United States. The railroad is owned by Railroad Development Corporation of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Tacoma Rail is a publicly owned Class III shortline railroad. The Tidelands division serves the area around the Port of Tacoma. The Lakewood division runs between Tacoma and DuPont. The Mountain division runs between Tacoma and Frederickson.
INRD - Indiana Rail Road Company
The Indiana Rail Road is a United States Class II railroad, originally operating over former Illinois Central Railroad trackage from Newton, Illinois, to Indianapolis, Indiana, a distance of 155 miles (249 km).
WLE - Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway
The Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway is a Class II regional railroad that provides freight service, mainly in the areas of Northern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania.
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