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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

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

  4. 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).

  5. 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).

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. ST&E - Stockton Terminal & Eastern Railroad freight trains Details
    The Stockton Terminal & Eastern Railroad (ST&E) was established in 1908 to provide rail freight service in the greater Stockton, CA area. ST&E operates 25 miles of track. We connect with the Burlington Northern Sante Fe Railway (BNSF), Central California Traction Company (CCT) and the Union Pacific Railroad (UP) at Stockton.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. PVRR - Pioneer Valley Railroad freight trains Details
    The Pioneer Valley Railroad is an aggressive, customer oriented short line railroad operating in Western Massachusetts. Formed in 1982, the PVRR directly serves industries in the cities of Westfield and Holyoke. The lines were originally built by the old New Haven Railroad and were owned by Conrail prior to 1982. The PVRR connects with CSXT in Westfield, MA and Guilford Rail Systemís Springfield Terminal Railroad in Holyoke, MA.

  13. 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.

  14. Chicago SouthShore & South Bend Railroad freight trains Details
    Chicago SouthShore and South Bend Railroad is a strategically located shortline carrier connecting Northern Indiana's industrial areas with 20 transcontinental, regional, and local railroads, including those within the Chicago Switching District.

  15. 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.

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