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  1. MMID - Maryland Midland Railway freight trains Details
    Shortline freight transportation

  2. NYSW - New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway freight trains Details
    The NYSW operates over 400 miles of track in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania and is 286,000 pound gross weight capable on all lines.

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

  4. P&W - Portland & Western Railroad Details
    Portland & Western Railroad (P&W), a wholly owned subsidiary of Genesee & Wyoming Inc., operates a 520-mile regional system to the Portland metropolitan area, the Willamette Valley, coastal Toledo, and the deep-water Port of Astoria. Willamette & Pacific Railroad is also part of the Genesee & Wyoming Oregon region.

  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. P&W - Providence and Worcester Railroad freight trains Details
    P&W is a regional freight railroad operating in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York. The Company is the only interstate freight carrier serving the State of Rhode Island and possesses the exclusive and perpetual right to conduct freight operations over the Northeast Corridor between New Haven, Connecticut and the Massachusetts / Rhode Island border. The Company began independent operations in 1973 and through a series of acquisitions of connecting lines, has grown from 45 miles of track to its current system of approximately 545 miles.

  7. Vermont Rail System freight trains Details
    Vermont Railway, Green Mountain Railroad, Clarendon & Pittsford railroad, Washington County Railroad, New York & Ogdensburg Railway

  8. 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.

  9. IAIS - Iowa Interstate Railroad freight trains Details
    The Iowa Interstate Railroad (IAIS) was founded in 1984 to operate on the former Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific mainline between Chicago and Omaha in the USA. This trackage was purchased by Heartland Rail Corporation from the Rock Island's trustee in order to preserve the lines as a through route. IAIS is one of the oldest regional railroads in existence with connections to all major Class 1 carriers at various points on its line.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. DM&E - Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad Corporation freight trains Details

  13. WLE - Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway freight trains Details
    The story of Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway (WLE) began in 1871 with the need for a connection between the Wheeling, WV coal fields and Lake Erie port cities and facilities. The WLE lines interchange with three major Class I railroads (Canadian National, CSX Transportation, and Norfolk Southern).

  14. Delta Southern Railroad freight trains Details
    Delta Southern Railroad Company, headquartered in Tallulah, Louisiana, is a short line freight railroad with three rail lines: (1) Tallulah, Louisiana (KCS connection) to McGehee, Arkansas (UP connection), (2) McGehee, Arkansas (UP connection) to Warren, Arkansas (KCS connection), (3) Sterlington, Louisiana to Monroe, Louisiana (UP connection).

  15. 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.

     
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