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  1. Pioneer Railcorp freight trains Details
    Pioneer Railcorp is a short line railroad holding company which owns sixteen railroads totaling over 535 miles in ten states. Pioneer roads serve over 250 customers including some of the largest industrial corporations in the United States. Subsidiaries include: Alabama Railroad CO. (ALAB), Alabama & Florida Railway Co. (AF), Decatur Junction Railway Co. (DT), Elkhart & Western Railroad Co. (EWR), Fort Smith Railroad Co. (FSR), Garden City Western Railway Company (GCW), Gettysburg & Northern Railroad Company (GET), Indiana Southwestern Railway Co. (ISW), Kendallville Terminal Railway Co. (KTR), Keokuk Junction Railway Co. (KJRY), Michigan Southern Railroad Co. (MSO), Mississippi Central Railroad Co. (MSCI), Shawnee Terminal Railway Company (STR), Vandalia Railroad Company (VRRC), West Michigan Railroad Co. (WMI)

  2. Railtown 1897 State Historic Park (Jamestown, California) Details
    Railtown 1897 State Historic Park is home to one of America’s last authentic, operating railroad roundhouses. Known as 'The Movie Railroad', Railtown’s locomotives and cars have appeared in over 200 film and TV productions, including High Noon, Back to the Future 3, Petticoat Junction.

  3. Kentucky Railway Museum (New Haven, Kentucky) passenger trains Details
    At the Kentucky Railway Museum in New Haven, Kentucky, recapture the romance of the local passenger train when it was small-town America's link to the world. Enjoy a 22 mile train excursion through the scenic and historic Rolling Fork River Valley on a restored passenger train.

  4. NARP - National Association of Railroad Passengers Details
    The National Association of Railroad Passengers (NARP) is a non-profit, non-partisan, membership group dedicated to expanding and improving passenger rail and rail transit in the U.S.

  5. Federal Railroad Administration (USA) Details

  6. American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association Details

  
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