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  1. GWI - Genesee & Wyoming New York/Pennsylvania Region freight trains Details
    The New York/Pennsylvania Region of Genesee & Wyoming The New York/Pennsylvania Region includes the Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad, the Rochester & Southern Railroad and the South Buffalo Railway. These three lines have direct connections with both major U.S. railroads serving the east (CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern) as well as with both of Canada's transcontinental railroads (Canadian National and Canadian Pacific).

  2. Rail America freight trains Details
    A leading short line and regional rail service provider with 42 short line and regional railroads, operating approximately 7,800 miles in the United States and Canada.

  3. RRVW - Red River Valley and Western Railroad freight trains Details
    North Dakota's regional railroad, RRVW currently owns and operates 517 route miles of track. The Red River Valley & Western Railroad Company began operations on July 19, 1987 over track acquired from the Burlington Northern Railroad (now Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway).

  4. Tacoma Rail freight trains Details
    Tacoma Rail's three divisions consist of 204 miles of track with over 120,000 line hauls per year. This makes Tacoma Rail one of the largest short line railroads in the country and a powerful factor in the economic growth and progress of Tacoma. Our strategic mission is to deliver the best rail service possible by providing a switching operation that is safe, cost competitive, reliable and efficient.

  5. BNSF Railway freight trains Details
    Today's BNSF Railway is the product of some 390 different railroad lines that merged or were acquired during more than 150 years.

  6. MRL - Montana Rail Link freight trains Details
    Montana Rail Link, Inc. is an FRA Class II regional railroad with more than 900 miles of track serving 100 stations in the states of Montana, Idaho and Washington. Montana Rail Link connects with the Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railway (BNSF) at Laurel and Garrison, Montana and Spokane, Washington and the Union Pacific Railroad at Sandpoint, Idaho.

  7. M&E - Morristown & Erie Railway freight trains Details
    The M&E is a short line freight railroad serving customers in Morris and Essex counties in New Jersey, and the Mid-Coast region of Maine.

  8. EJ&E - Elgin, Joliet, and Eastern Railway freight trains Details
    Through Chicago's metropolitan area, from Waukegan, Illinois, to Gary, Indiana, at Lake Michigan's southern tip, the EJ&E slices through a cross- section of American economic diversity.

  9. FGLK - Finger Lakes Railway freight trains Details
    Finger Lakes Railway Corp. (FLR) is a privately owned Class III common carrier serving a six-county region around New York's Finger Lakes. Acquired from Conrail in 1995, its three line segments and associated operating rights comprise a 140-mile system affording access to the national railroad network for more than two-dozen customers.

  10. TC&W - Twin Cities & Western Railroad Details
    Operations commenced July 27, 1991 over what was formerly known as the 'Ortonville Line' operated by the Soo Line (now Canadian Pacific Railway) between Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN and Milbank, SD. Prior to TC&W and Soo Line operation of this line, it was part of the Milwaukee Road's Main line to the Pacific Northwest. This main line was originally built in the 1870's by the Hastings & Dakota Railway.

  11. WSOR - Wisconsin & Southern Railroad freight trains Details
    Wisconsin & Southern Railroad Co. (WSOR) is a regional railroad operating 700 miles of track (600 owned or leased and 100 in trackage rights) throughout south central Wisconsin and northeastern Illinois.

  12. Rail Link freight trains Details
    Rail Link, a subsidiary of Genesee & Wyoming Inc., provides industrial switching and related customer logistics services. Rail Link, headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, serves industrial customers at 30 locations in 11 states and operates 26 short line railroads. Rail Link railroads serve 11 major U.S. ports. The short line railroads include Atlantic Western Railway, Georgia Central Railway, Riceboro Southern Railway, Western Kentucky Railway, Wilmington Terminal Railroad, Savannah Port Terminal Railroad, Golden Isles Terminal Railroad, AN Railway, Bay Line Railroad, Valdosta Railway, Talleyrand Terminal Railroad, First Coast Railroad, Chattahoochee Industrial Railroad, York Railway, Commonwealth Railway, Arkansas Louisiana & Mississippi Railroad, Fordyce & Princeton Railroad, Corpus Christi Terminal Railroad, Louisiana & Delta Railroad, Galveston Railroad, Kentucky West Tennessee Railway, Little Rock & Western Railway, Meridian & Bigbee Railroad.

  13. Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad freight trains Details
    Shortline freight railroad

  14. Tishomingo Railroad freight trains Details
    Tishomingo Railroad serves the Tri-State Commerce Park with our connection with Norfolk Southern in Iuka, MS.

  15. INRD - Indiana Rail Road Company freight trains Details
    The Indiana Rail Road Company (INRD) is an Indianapolis-based regional freight carrier operating a 155-mile railroad between Indianapolis, Indiana, and Newton, Illinois.

     
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