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Official Railroad - Company Sites

| Class1/Regional | Shortlines |

Class 1 / Regionals:

railAlaska Railroad Corporation: Information on passenger service, gift shop, freight services, and photo gallery. (8/12/97) 

railAnn 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. (7/21/00)

railBC Rail: Customer news, photos, archives, passenger information and more from this western Canada railroad. (6/20/97)

railBulgarian State Railways: News, timetables, prices and other information. Bulgarian/English. (4-8-05)

railBurlington Northern Santa Fe Railway (BNSF): BNSF owns one of the largest rail networks in the United States, with more than 31,000 route miles covering 27 states and 2 Canadian provinces. (6/20/97)

rail Nebraska Division (BNSF): About the people who work on the Nebraska Division of the BNSF with items of interest to fans also. (3-4-04)

railCanadian National: Canada's largest and North America's sixth largest class one railroad. (English/French) (6/20/97)

railCanadian Pacific Railway: The CPR is one of the largest railway systems in North America, with about 17,500 route miles of rail line in Canada and the US. (6/20/97)

railConrail: Official website for the jointly held shortline operated by Norfolk Southern and CSX. (6/20/97)

railCSX Transportation: Provides rail transportation and distribution services over 18,759 route miles and 32,462 track miles in 20 states in the East, Midwest, and South; the District of Columbia; and Ontario Canada. (6/20/97)

railDakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad: The railroad's mainline currently extends from the Mississippi River at Winona, Minnesota across southern Minnesota and central South Dakota to Rapid City. (10/3/98)

railFlorida East Coast Industries: To be the recognized leader providing transportation and realty services through responsive commitment to employees and customers. (4/20/00)

railGenesee & Wyoming: Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (GWI) has become a leading provider of short line and regional rail transportation and related services. (4/3/99)

railGuilford Rail System: Company newsletter, photo gallery, and more. (5/5/97)

railKansas City Southern Industries: Corporate owner of the KCS railroad, with maps, news, and more. (6/20/97)

rail Montana Rail Link: Homepage of the Montana Rail Link. (8-15-05)

rail The New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway Corp.: The NYS&W's official website. (2-12-04)

railNorfolk Southern Corporation: The railroad system's lines extend over 14,300 miles of road in 20 states, primarily in the Southeast and Midwest, and the Province of Ontario, Canada. (6/20/97)

railOntario Northland: Primarily engaged in providing rail freight services for the transportation of mineral and forest products, chemicals, petroleum and other products to and from northeastern Ontario and northwestern Quebec. (9/27/97)

railProvidence & Worcester Railroad: A regional freight railroad operating in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York. (4/3/99)

rail Railway Association of Canada: The Railway Association of Canada (RAC), is an industry association representing 54 freight, passenger, commuter, and tourist railways throughout Canada. Our site includes information on both our members as well as issues relevant to rail in Canada and throughout the world (i.e. dangerous goods, transportation policy & advocacy and the latest rail news). (7-10-01)

railReading & Northern Railroad: Regional railroad that primarily hauls coal out of the Anthracite fields of eastern Pennsylvania for shipment throughout the world. (10/3/98)

railRed River Valley & Western: Proud to be North Dakota's regional railroad. (4/3/99)

railSoo Line Credit Union: Credit union for the CP/Soo employees. (2/7/98)

railStation 29 - The Canadian Pacific Railway Store: Shop the CP's official store for collectibles and more. (2/19/00)

rail Tri County Rail Company: Industrial rail services and collaborative supply chain solutions. NMSDC minority certified. (4-3-04)

railUnion Pacific Railroad: The largest railroad in North America, operating in the western two-thirds of the United States, serving 23 states. News, history, merchandise, rosters, and more. (6/20/97)

rail U.S. Railways, Inc.: Our goal is to make U.S. Railways, Inc., the premier freight railway provider in the Mid-Western Region. Customer satisfaction is our first priority. (12-7-03)

rail Utah Railway: An efficiently run railroad which transports more than 90,000 carloads of freight per year in central and northern Utah including line haul and switching service. (10/3/98)

railVermont Rail System: An affiliation of three Vermont-based shortlines; the Vermont Railway, the Green Mountain Railroad, and the Clarendon and Pittsford Railroad. System map, services, gallery, and more. (11/9/98)

rail Willamette & Pacific/Portland & Western Railroads: The W&P and Portland & Western Railroad, together operate a regional rail system of 339 miles in northwestern OR. (6/21/97)

railWisconsin Central Transportation Co: A holding company which operates a regional North American rail system in WI, the Upper Peninsula of MI, northeastern IL, eastern MN, and Ontario and owns minority interests in, and participates in the management of, rail operations in Great Britain and Australia, and ferry and rail operations in New Zealand. (5/9/98)


railAberdeen & Rockfish: The A&R System is composed of three lines serving highly desirable industrial sites in southeastern NC and northeastern SC. (6/21/97)

rail Alabama Railroad: The line runs from Flomaton to Corduroy, AL, and interchanges with CSX in Flomaton. (8/1/97)

rail Alabama & Florida Railway: This line runs from Georgiana to Geneva, AL, a distance of 76 miles and interchanges with CSX Transportation at Georgiana. (8/1/97)

railAnacostia & Pacific Company: Website of Anacostia & Pacific; Louisville & Indiana RR; New York & Atlantic RY; Pacific Harbor Line RR. (10/27/99)

railBelt Railway of Chicago: The Belt Railway is the largest intermediate switching terminal railroad in the United States, employing more than 620 people. 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. (5/27/01)

railBirmingham Southern Railroad: The region's largest steel-making and manufacturing center is well served by the Birmingham Southern Railroad. (4/3/99)

railThe Blanchard Company: Marketing and management support for feeder railroads. (7/29/97)

railCAGY Industries: A Delaware corporation organized for the purpose of serving as a holding company for various railroads and railroad service corporations. Gift catalog. (7/27/97)

railCanton Railroad: A Class III, shortline switch carrier located in East Baltimore City and Baltimore County, MD. (6/21/97)

railChicago SouthShore and South Bend Railway: The Chicago SouthShore & South Bend Railroad is a strategically located 87 mile Short Line carrier connecting Northwest Indiana's industrial complex with 19 transcontinental, regional, and local railroads, including those within the Chicago Switching District. (7/27/97)

railChattooga And Chickamauga Railway: Provides freight services over two rail lines, one from Chattanooga, TN, to Lyerly, GA, and the other from Chattanooga, TN, to Hedges, GA. (7/27/97)

railColumbus And Greenville Railway: Owns and operates approximately 207 miles of mainline and 104 miles of sidetrack. The principal service is transportation by rail of bulk freight between Columbus and Greenville, MS. (7/27/97)

rail Decatur Junction Railway Co.: Approximately 38 miles of railroad is operated including 8 miles of trackage rights on the Illinois Central through Decatur, IL. (8/1/97)

railEffingham Railroad: A Class III linehaul common carrier operating in the Effingham Business Park in Effingham, IL. (6/12/97)

rail Fort Smith Railroad: Operating 49 miles of track from Fort Smith to Paris, AR, on former MP trackage. (8/1/97)

railGreen Mountain Railroad: Offering "personalized freight service" to a variety of customers on a 50-mile route extending from North Walpole, NH to Rutland, VT. Passenger excursions, restoration, repair and other services also available. (6/21/97)

railHouston Port Terminal Railroad: Official web site of the Houston port railroad. (12-27-01)

railIllinois Western Railroad: A Class III linehaul railroad operating within the Howard M. Wolf Business Park in Greenville, IL. (6/12/97)

railIndiana Harbor Belt:

railKosciusko & Southwestern Railway: Shortline RR in Mississippi that offers motorcar excursion rides. (5/30/99)

railLake Terminal Railroad: Located on the shores of Lake Erie in Lorain, OH is a terminal switching carrier serving USS/Kobe Steel Company. (4/3/99)

railLuxapalila Valley Railroad: The LXVR commenced operation of a thirty-two mile freight railroad between Columbus, MS, and Belk, AL, June 1, 1996. (7/27/97)

railMaryland Midland Railway: A shortline operating in central Maryland. (5/18/98)

railMcKeesport Connecting Railroad: Located along the Monongahela River in McKeesport, PA, is a terminal switching railroad serving the Camp-Hill pipe mill. (4/3/99)

rail Michigan Southern Railroad: The MSO serves a diverse commodity base including scrap metal and paper, fertilizer, aggregates, animal by-products, and manufactured and food products. (8/1/97)

rail Mississippi Central Railroad: Runs from Oxford, MS, to Grand Junction, TN, a total of 56.5 miles, 51 of which are located in Mississippi. (8/1/97)

rail Modesto & Empire Traction Company: Central California industrial park railroad famous for its fleet of 10 GE 70 Ton diesels. (6-9-04)

railNew York Regional Rail Corporation: The operator of Brooklyn's own New York Cross Harbor Railroad: the only float-barge freight railroad in the northeastern US. (6/21/97)

railNorth Shore Railroad Companies: Conglomerate operator of shortlines in central Pennsylvania, operating with a variety of locomotives in various historical-based paint schemes. (6-13-02)

railOmniTRAX: Owns 13 shortlines in the US and Canada. (10/27/99)

railPioneer Railcorp: A short line railroad holding company, has been in business since 1986 and currently operates fourteen railroads totaling over 500 miles in eight states. (6/30/97)

railRailAmerica: A short line railroad holding company headquartered in Boca Raton, FL. The Company owns and operates fourteen short line railroads and provides freight service over approximately 2,450 miles of track in eight US states and Chile. (10/1/97)

railRail CRC: Rail CRC is the Cooperative Research Centre for Railway Engineering and Technologies. (12-10-02)

railRailTex: With more than 3,900 miles of track, RailTex is North America’s leading short line railroad holding company. RailTex subsidiaries are comprised of 29 lines concentrated in five regions. Listings for all 29 lines. (10/12/97)

railSeminole Gulf Railway: Operating on 115 miles of track in southwestern FL, with connections to CSX. (6/21/97)

railShawnee Terminal Railway: Currently, the railroad serves Burkart Foam, Inc. and the Allwaste Corporation in Cairo, IL. (8/1/97)

railShortline Services: A freight marketing & sales department for several shortline railroads, and a consulting firm specializing in rail freight issues for railroads, transportation users and government agencies. (6/21/97)

railSouthern Railway Of British Columbia: A major transporter of freight in the Lower British Columbia Mainland. (4/18/99)

railToronto Terminals Railway Company: A wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian National Railways and Canadian Pacific Limited. The company, which was incorporated by an Act of Parliament of Canada on July 13, 1906, also owns and maintains 30.36 miles of track. (3/28/99)

railTwin Cities & Western Railroad: A regional railroad operating 229 miles of track serving some of the most productive agricultural counties in Minnesota and South Dakota. (11/9/98)

railUnion Railroad: Coal mines. Steel mills. Coke production. Auto stamping plants. Distribution and manufacturing facilities. (4/3/99)

rail Vandalia Railroad: The line, located in Vandalia, IL, interchanges with Conrail and is approximately 3.45 miles long. (8/1/97)

rail West Michigan Railroad: Approximately 15 miles of track and right-of-way, extending from Hartford to Paw Paw, MI. (8/1/97)

railWisconsin & Southern Railroad's Home Page: Serving the southern half of the State of Wisconsin and beyond. (6/21/97)

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