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  1. 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).

  2. TSU - Tulsa-Sapulpa Union Railway freight trains Details
    The Tulsa-Sapulpa Union Railway Co. (TSU) is a small Oklahoma shortline railway that operates between Sapulpa and Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is one of Oklahoma's oldest operating railroads with origins dating back to 1907.

  3. Ann Arbor Railroad freight trains Details
    The Ann Arbor Railroad operates between Ann Arbor, Michigan and Toledo, Ohio, It is strategically positioned between southeastern Michigan and northern Ohio in the heart of the industrial Great Lakes. The Ann Arbor Railroad interchanges with Norfolk Southern, CSX, Canadian National and Wheeling and Lake Erie in Toledo, Ohio, with the Norfolk Southern and Tuscola and Saginaw Bay (TSBY) in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with Norfolk Southern in Milan, Michigan, and the Indiana and Ohio Rail System in Diann, Michigan.

  4. URC - Utah Railway Company freight trains Details
    URC transports more than 90,000 carloads of freight per year in central and northern Utah, including line haul and switching service. We operate over 45 miles of owned track and 378 miles under track access agreements with Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) and Union Pacific (UP).

  5. The Belt Railway Company of Chicago freight trains Details
    The Belt Railway is the largest intermediate switching terminal railroad in the United States. The Belt has 28 miles of mainline route with more than 300 miles of switching tracks, allowing it to interchange with every railroad serving the Chicago rail hub. The Belt's Clearing Yards span a 5.5 mile distance among 786 acres, supporting more than 250 miles of track. With Chicago being the largest hub of the railroad industry, very few rail cars travel transcontinentally without coming through Chicago.

  6. 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.

  7. TSB - Tuscola & Saginaw Bay Railway freight trains Details
    Owosso, Michigan

  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. Illinois Western Railroad Company freight trains Details
    The Illinois Western Railroad is a Class III linehaul railroad operating within the Howard M. Wolf Business Park in Greenville, Illinois. Greenville is located about 45 miles east-northeast of St. Louis on Interstate 70. ILW operates on a spur that connects with CSX's St. Louis Line. The Illinois Western Railroad Company has developed a comprehensive plan to develop the area between the CSX connection in the Wolf park and a Burlington Northern Santa Fe connection in the John W. Kelsey Business Park in Smithboro. Upon completion of the plan, ILW will have 14,000 feet of track and neutral access to two large railroad systems.

  10. 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.

  11. LAL - Livonia, Avon & Lakeville Railroad freight trains Details
    Livonia, Avon & Lakeville Railroad (LAL) and subsidiary railroads. From its beginning as a thirteen-mile short line, LAL has grown to a 282-mile system operating throughout western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania. LAL operates in Livingston and Monroe Counties south of Rochester. The B&H Rail Corp. serves Steuben County west of Corning. The Ontario Central Railroad serves Ontario County southeast of Rochester. The Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad extends across southwestern New York and northwestern Pennsylvania.

  12. I&M - Illinois & Midland Railroad freight trains Details
    Formed in February 1996, I&M purchased the majority of the assets of the former Chicago & Illinois Midland Railway Company, whose roots date back to 1889. We connect directly at multiple locations with Union Pacific, Burlington Northern-Santa Fe, Norfolk Southern and Canadian National. We also interchange with the Toledo, Peoria & Western and the Iowa Interstate in Peoria and with Kansas City Southern in Springfield. Through the Kansas City Southern, I&M also connects with CSX Transportation. This allows customers efficient, broad-based access to all rail points across North America.

  13. Pinsly Railroad freight trains Details
    Includes The Florida Northern Railroad (FNOR), Arkansas Midland Railroad (AKMD), Pioneer Valley Railroad (PVRR), Florida Central Railroad (FCEN), Florida Midland Railroad (FMID).

  14. ANY -- Athabasca Northern Railway freight trains Details
    The Athabasca Northern Railway (ANY) is a provincially regulated company providing rail service between Boyle, AB and Fort McMurray, AB. At Boyle, ANY connects to Lakeland & Waterways Railway who in turn connects with Canadian National Railways in Edmonton.

  15. IC&E - Iowa, Chicago & Eastern Railroad freight trains Details

     
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