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By the Traction had opened between Stockton and Sacramento with a branch to Lodi using a predominantly 1,volt DC electrified system. In the wires removed in favor of diesels. Today, it operates only the line to Lodi is in service moving food, steel, lumber, and other general freight while the entire corridor to Sacramento remains in place for possible future use. It owns in-total about 64 miles of track. The history of the Oakland Terminal traces back to interurbans constructed at the turn of the 20th century to serve the Bay Area.

These eventually became known as the Key System around It was renamed as the Oakland Terminal Rail way , which it remains today. The Terminal continues to provide switching work for its parent companies around Oakland, operating about 10 miles of track.

It handles a wide rang of switching assignments, mostly involving intermodal at the ports. The Pacific Sun was Watco's first railroad subsidiary in California, which began service in Quincy Railroad reporting mark, QRR: This little short line serves a 3.

It was reorganized as the Quincy Railroad on November 9, Owned by Sierra Pacific, it handles about 1, annual carloads of forest products and interchanges with Union Pacific at Quincy Junction. The Richmond Pacific is a terminal line owned by the Levin-Richmond Terminal Corporation, which has been in service since It serves the port at Richmond as well as local nearby industries and operates about 10 miles of track with traffic including stone, ores, lumber, food products and petroleum products.

This short line is a Patriot Rail operation, providing switching services to the McClellan Business Park, a 3,acre business park located near Sacramento, California. Today, lumber remains the primary source of traffic. This little short line has remained independent and family-owned since it was chartered in Today, only about 14 miles of the original system remain in operation, connecting Guadalupe where it interchanges with UP as well as Santa Maria and Santa Maria Valley.

Until the road ran as far as Roadamite 23 miles in all but was cutback to Guadalupe at that time. It currently handles about 2, carloads annually including asphalt, fertilizer, food products, lumber, gypsum board drywall , lumber, machinery, petroleum products, plastic, and scrap iron. It began in under Kyle Railways ownership acquiring several former Southern Pacific branches.

Today, traffic includes petroleum products, cattle feed, building products, tomato paste, consumer products, dry and liquid fertilizer products. The Sierra Northern was formed in through the merger of Yolo Shortline and Sierra Railroad, the latter of which was a classic short line dating back to and for many years hauled forest products.

Today, the system operates about miles of track with traffic consisting of lumber and related products, grain and related products, gypsum, wallboard, canned goods, plastics, chemicals, steel, ethanol and propane.

Tourist operations are also carried out on the Sierra Northern. In it opened its main line to Bellota. Today, the road operates about 25 miles from Stockton to near Linden, serving various industries along the way.

Some of its current traffic includes agriculture, asphalt, cement, chemicals, food processing, lumber, and steel. Trona Railway reporting mark, TRC: This historic road has long shipped soda ash since it was originally incorporated on March 12, Its current traffic, aside from soda ash, includes sulfuric acid, salt cake, coal, military equipment and minerals. This short line began service in late over former Santa Fe branches in the San Joaquin Valley totaling miles.

There is currently only one customer, Cannella Chemical. It began service in under RailAmerica and currently hauls automobiles, paper, petroleum and wood pulp handling about 2, carloads annually. West Isle Line, Inc. This private short line is owned by Western Farm Service for its operations at Alpaugh. The primary traffic is chemicals for fertilizer, moving about carloads annually. Yreka Western Railroad reporting mark, YW: This historic road traces its history back to in Northern California.

It currently operates about 9 miles of track from Montague to Yreka where primary traffic consists of wood chips and forest products. This large short line operates miles of former Santa Fe trackage in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Colorado. Much of the trackage is 10 mph and weed-covered.

Its traffic base is primarily agriculture. This historic road has a history dating back to Today it operates just 4. This privately owned short line first began service in on trackage once owned by the Rock Island. They currently operate with a few Electro-Motive switchers.

Not to be confused with the English road carrying the same name, this Great Western dates back to its incorporation on October 16, by the Great Western Sugar Company to serve its sugar plants in Loveland and Greeley. For many years the railroad moved sugar beets, molasses, processed sugar, and related products. It also handled passenger business until Today, the Great Western operates about 80 miles from Greeley to points west, north, and south. Its traffic base is no longer sugar-related but it moves a diversified range of freight including agricultural products, paper, plastics, sand, forest products, brewing grains, beer, and miscellaneous by-products.

Of note, its original Decapod 90 currently operates on the Strasburg Railroad. This l arge, Class II, regional system operates more than miles of which most is the Rock Island's former main line between Chicago and Denver. It also owns some branch trackage north and west of Salina, Kansas with a very short segment reaching into southern Nebraska. Its current traffic includes wheat, soybeans, milo maize, alcohols, siding asphalt, and roofing granules handling more than 21, carloads annually.

It has been in service since with traffic largely made up of coal movements while it also handles wheat, corn, and fertilizer.

This small short line has been in service since operating over 8. The road interchanges with the Connecticut Southern. This short line traces its history back to when it acquired former New Haven trackage from Conrail that year.

Today, the road operates about 42 miles of track hauling such freight as steel beams, construction debris, lumber, malt liquors and pulpboard. The historic Housatonic Railroad has been around since its chartering in It eventually grew into a rather substantial system serving western Connecticut, and southwestern Massachusetts. It was long part of New Haven's Berkshire Division since first leased in but "regained" its independence more than 90 years later when Conrail sold sections of the original to a new Housatonic Railroad in Today, the short line operates much of the original route between New Haven and Pittsfield with a western extension to Newburgh, New York.

It remains independently owned moving a wide variety of freight. Additionally, there has been of initiating commuter rail service and the Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum hosts excursions on a section of the property.

The New England Central has been in service since when it acquired the assets of the historic Central Vermont Railway, sold by Canadian National that year to RailTex Corporation which subsequently renamed the property. Today, the Class II, regional operates miles and handles nearly 40, carloads annually.

The Pan Am is the renamed Guilford Transportation system. In it changed its name to Pan Am Railways. It began in , opening its original line between Worcester and Millville, Massachusetts in September that year; a month later it was completed to Providence on October 20th. After nearly 50 years of independence the much large New Haven system leased the railroad for 99 years on July 1, After the PC bankruptcy the road regained its independence in early Today, it serves more than customers and moves nearly 35, carloads annually as a Class II, regional.

This short line has been in service since operating about 25 miles of track in Sussex County the Milton Branch and Lewes Branch that were long part of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Delmarva Lines originally part of the Queen Anne's Railroad of The road interchanges with Norfolk Southern in Ellendale and Georgetown.

This privately-owned short line operates over primarily disconnected branches in southeastern Pennsylvania which also reach into northern Delaware. Currently, it operates miles of track and handles a wide variety of freight. The road currently operates miles of track on four different branches the Seafood Line, Centreville Line, Chestertown Line, and Snow Hill Line moving such freight as agriculture, food products, steel, petroleum products, fertilizer, and forest products.

It was formed in after acquiring the remaining AN Railway reporting mark, AN: This system was long known as the historic Apalachicola Northern, first chartered on April 7, It would eventually connect Chattahoochee to Apalachicola with an extension to Port St. Joe in the Panhandle. Today, the short line operates 96 miles of trackage and hauls chemicals and forest products.

This Pinsly property has been in operation since when it acquired from a CSX the remaining section of a former Atlantic Coast Line route northwest of Orlando. Today, the Central's only connection is at Orlando, running as far as Umatilla with branches to Winter Garden and Sorrento.

In total the road operates about 68 miles. The state's most famous railroad, the Florida East Coast began during September of as the vision of Henry Flagler. It would eventually connect Jacksonville with Miami, long before Florida grew into the commercial and tourism destination is so well known for today giving the FEC the strategic advantage of serving the state's populated East Coast, which it still enjoys today.

The railroad, of course, is also legendary for having constructed the failed Key West Extension, destroyed during the infamous Labor Day Hurricane of Today, the FEC handles a wide variety of freight and is reentering the passenger business as well.

Another Pinsly line this short line operates to short, disconnected lines totaling 28 miles between Frostproof and West Lake Whales as well as between Winter Haven and Gordonville.

It has been in service since and provides primarily transload services. This short line is the largest Pinsly property in Florida operating miles via two unconnected routes, Chandler to Lowell as well as from High Springs to Red Level Junction.

The history of the property traces back to the ACL. This small, independent short line operates only a short segment of remaining trackage around Newberry. There were originally two sections; from Newberry to Cross City as well as a branch south to Chiefland via Wilcox Junction. Most of this was abandoned in This large short line operates around miles of trackage running from Albany, Georgia to Foley, Florida. The route's history dates back to the Southern.

Port of Manatee Railroad no reporting mark: This privately-operated terminal railroad is based in Port Manatee serving the local port. It operates with one switcher and owns about 8 miles of track, interchanging with CSX. This operation is well known by the public for operating excursions and murder mystery dinner trains.

Its two lines include the following; one runs from Arcadia to North Naples 80 miles while another stretches from Oneco to Sarasota about 25 miles in all. South Central Florida Express, Inc.

Formerly known as South Central Florida Express this privately-owned short line operates miles of track in South Florida. Today, the railroad hauls nearly , carloads annually. This short line is operated under contract to the Great Walton Railroad albeit its assets are owned by the city of Athens. The Chattahoochee Bay is a mile short line serving Dothan, Alabama and stretching just slightly into the Georgia state line at Hilton where it interchanges with NS.

The property is former CoG lines. Its freight currently consists of chemicals, metals and plastics. Its traffic currently includes chemicals, coal, forest products, steel and scrap. It moves a wide range of freight handling about 8, carloads annually. Georgia Central Railway reporting mark, GC: The route is miles in length connecting Macon with the coast at Savannah.

It currently runs from Marietta northward to McCaysville near the Tennessee state line, more than miles in length. Service began around and traffic currently consists of timber, grain, poultry, and marble products. The railroad is also noted for hosting the popular Blue Ridge Scenic Railway on a section of the property. This Pioneer Railcorp property was formerly known as the Georgia Midland prior to The system currently operates three disconnected lines running from Perry to Roberta 30 miles , Swainsboro to Midville 16 miles , and Meter to Dover 28 miles.

Its current freight includes sand, asphalt, plastics, lumber, grain, scrap, fertilizer and stone aggregates. This short line, currently owned by OmniTRAX, has been in service since operating just over 17 miles between Washington and Barnett. It currently handles less than 1, annual carloads that includes plastic pellets, wood chips, lumber, forest products, and petroleum gases.

This small terminal road began service in over trackage formerly owned by the Colonel's Island Railroad. It operates a total of 13 miles on main line and primarily serves the Georgia Port Authority at Brunswick.

It interchanges with both CSX and NS with primary traffic including automobiles, chemicals, food products, and animal feed. The small, independent Great Walton has been in service since and currently operates 10 miles between Monroe and Social Circle. The short line currently moves more than 3, carloads annually with traffic including clay, feldspar, grain, machinery, fertilizer, woodchips, plastics, pulpwood, and silica.

Hartwell Railroad reporting mark, HRT: This historic short line dates back to its chartering in as a three-foot, narrow-gauge that would eventually connect Hartwell and Bowersville 10 miles. The Southern acquired the property in , converting it to standard-gauge but resold it to private owners in Today, the Hartwell is contracted out to the Great Walton which operates freight service on the line. Additionally, the road also now owns the former NS route between Toccoa and Elberton 48 miles.

This railroad is privately owned by Atlantic Western Transportation. It has been in service since operating miles between Mahrt, Alabama and Vidalia, Georgia on trackage once owned by the Seaboard Air Line. Its freight ranges from agriculture to petroleum products. Aside from freight service the line also hosts the popular SAM Shortline excursions.

Sandersville Railroad reporting mark, SAN: The privately owned Sandersville Railroad, also known as the "Kaolin Road," dating back to its chartering in soon completing its route from Sandersville to Tennille, where it interchanged with the Central of Georgia 3 miles. A plant was built in Sandersville and today kaolin remains an important source of freight while other commodities include plastic pellets, ethanol, turkey feed, and chipwood.

Marys Railroad reporting mark, SM: Marys Railroad has been in operation since it was renamed in from property originally known as the St. The small line has always served the St. Marys area, running to Kinglands 10 miles where it currently interchanges with the First Coast Railroad. For many years the company served a burgeoning paper mill and later the U. Army's Kings Bay ammunition storage facility.

It is presently owned by the Boatright Companies and has no known sources of freight revenue. However, in recent years the company has been able to launch a successful excursion service. Valdosta Railway reporting mark, VR: This short line is part of the Watco's family of railroads that began service in November of The road operates 36 miles of disconnected property, the Wilder Branch 11 miles between Wilder and Caldwell and the Boise Cut-off 25 miles between Nampa and near Boise.

There are numerous customers served on the lines with primary freight including potatoes, lumber, fertilizer, and fuels. This Watco-owned short line first began service on November 21, operating several former Union Pacific branches in southeastern Idaho.

There are two, disconnected segments; one runs from Idaho Falls northeast to Ashton with various spurs and another connects Minidoka and Martin with points west reaching Wendell and Buhl. In all the road operates about miles and moves roughly 35, carloads annually. This short line is owned by the Rio Grande Pacific Corporation and began service on November 15, This large, Class II regional has been in service since when it acquired a large segment of the former Northern Pacific main line between Montana and Washington.

There are also a handful of branches under its ownership. In all, MRL owns more than miles and moves more than , carloads annually. All of the lines were acquired from Union Pacific. Its traffic consists of wheat, lentils, and barley while moving about 4, carloads annually. This interesting short line traces its history to the abandonment of the Milwaukee Road's Pacific Extension in Idaho. It began service during May of , owned by the Potlatch Corporation, and operated the Milwaukee's former main line between Plummer Junction and Avery, 64 miles, as well as most of the Elk River Branch between St.

Maries and Bovill, 52 miles. Its connection was at Plummer Junction with Union Pacific, which remains the case today.

Then, as it is now, traffic consisted entirely of forest products. In it lost a fight with the U. Forestry Service which condemned the right-of-way between St. Maries and Avery 45 miles for conversion into a highway. Since it has been privately owned by the Williams Group. The railroad currently operates about 71 miles with traffic consisting of lumber, plywood, veneer, logs, and inbound shipments of magnesium chlorite.

The Washington Idaho Railway is a privately-owned short line that serves the area south of Spokane, Washington and stretches as far east as Harvard, Idaho with another short segment extending to Moscow. It was incorporated by the Aluminum Company of East St. The history Belt Railway is a long-time terminal switching carrier serving the Chicago area that traces its roots back to Today, it continues to provide these services within the Windy City operating 28 main line miles and a total of miles in all where it interchanges with every major railroad in the region including six of the seven, current Class Is.

Its primary terminal is Clearing Yard. This road, also known as "The Bloomer Line," has been in service since when it acquired the Illinois Central Gulf's line between Colfax to Kempton. Its traffic currently consists of grain, fertilizer, plastics, corn, soybeans, wheat, and lumber.

This small terminal-like railroad operates four, very short disconnected lines in Iowa, Missouri, and Illinois. It began operations in and its traffic currently consists of agriculture products, chemicals, and fertilizer handling about 3, carloads annually. To railfans the railroad is well-known for operating a set of rare Alco C switchers , few of which were ever built and even fewer that remain operational.

This historic system traces its roots back to an interurban. By the original route between East Chicago and South Bend was opened and completely electrified operating on a 6,volt, alternating current AC system volts within city limits. In the South Shore was able to completely drop passenger service, handed over to the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District. Chicago Port Railroad reporting mark, none: It connects with Chicago Rail Link.

This road is a Iowa Pacific operation, utilizing former Milwaukee Road trackage in northwest Chicago. This privately owned short line, created on February 5, is a division of the Ameren Corporation to serve its power plant at Coffeen, Illinois. The road utilized a T 5 to pull its trains. The incident also destroyed two of the road's coaches and main offices in the building.

With its new assets the railroad turned to freight service for continued operation, using 5. This move made it the very last carrier to use steam power in regular freight service. Since then steam has been retired but freight has grown steadily.

It still operates the 8. The property is ex-Illinois Central trackage. Decatur Junction Railway reporting mark, DT: This short line, a Pioneer Railcorp property, first began service during September of on 38 miles of trackage between Assumption and Cisco, Illinois. Its traffic consists primarily of grain, fertilizer and plastics. The privately-owned Eastern Illinois has been in operation since April of when it acquired a section of the former Nickel Plate Road between Neoga and Metcalf, Illinois a distance of 53 miles.

It was once part of the old Indiana Hi-Rail Corporation, which operated the line from May of until March of Its traffic consists of agriculture, chemicals, aggregates, food products, and forest products. The little Effingham Railroad operates as a foot, terminal switching road in the town of Effingham where the main lines of CSX and Canadian National also pass through.

Its primary traffic includes switching a , square-foot warehouse as well as a breakfast cereal company and cement company. The road handles between 2, and 3, carloads annually. The latter is marked for the Illinois Western, an allying road. The property was acquired from CSX in with service commencing on January 1, The road handles roughly 60, carloads annually. It gained its current name in when it was acquired by coal interests.

While the system had plans of reaching Chicago these hopes never materialized. It owned two segments, from Peoria to Springfield while another ran between Compro and Taylorville. The sections were connected via trackage rights over the Illinois Central. Illinois Railway reporting mark, IR: Formerly known as Illinois RailNet and owned by OmniTRAX this short line has been in service since operating four disconnected lines in the western suburbs of Chicago that total miles.

The carrier moves a wide variety of aggregates, sand, and mineral products with primary shippers including U. This short line is owned by Charles W. This historic terminal road traces its history back to when it was created through the mergers of several small systems in the Chicago area.

It operates a total of miles of which roughly 30 is main line. The IHB skirts the western side of Chicago with operations reaching into the northwest corner of Indiana. Over the time the system continued adding trackage and spinoffs from the larger Class Is, aggressively working to grow its customer base in the meantime. It owns or has trackage rights on some miles reaching Chicago, Louisville, and Newton, Illinois while handling more than , annual carloads.

This now successful, Class II regional started out in as the Iowa Railroad when this little shortline purchased miles of the Rock Island's former Chicago-Council Bluffs main line between the latter city and Bureau, Illinois. Two years later in the nearly-abandoned property was purchased by the Heartland Rail Corporation, renaming it as the Iowa Interstate Railroad.

It was nearly abandoned again but prospered under new management in What started out handling only a few thousand carloads annually has turned into a profitable company that now boasts more than , carloads of freight each year.

Originally incorporated on April 4, this is another privately owned short line of the Ameren Corporation. It serves a power plant near Joppa, Illinois along the Ohio River running from that point, 4. In time the system grew as more trackage was shed by various railroads. Its traffic consists of agriculture, chemicals, and plastics. This short line has its beginnings in when it acquired roughly 4 miles of the Rock Island's former yard in Keokuk, Iowa to provide switching and terminal services.

In it was acquired by Pioneer Railcorp and its traffic base includes corn, corn germ, corn syrup, meal, gluten feed, and railroad wheels. Manufacturers Junction Railway reporting mark, MJ: This terminal road dates back to its incorporation on January 28, and it opened for service in serving the area of Cicero.

The road began service on February 18, and its freight consists of lumber and steel. This railroad is yet another Pioneer Rail Corporation short line operating just 2. It interchanges with Canadian National. This system traces its history back to the Chicago Short Line Railway incorporated on December 8, and began service in It operates 27 miles of track and continues to serve as a terminal railroad.

In all its system stretched about miles. For many years the road was a subsidiary of the PRR but became independent once more following the bankruptcy of Penn Central. In it was picked up by the Santa Fe, which sold much of the remaining property in September of to RailAmerica. Its traffic consists of chemicals, machinery, cement, feed meals and biodiesel, wind tower components, and other freight.

This small short line is a Pioneer RailCorp property since October of operating just 3 miles north of Vandalia. Its principal freight includes steel pipe, plastic pellets, and fertilizer. It began service in when Illinois Central Gulf began abandoning sections of the original IC main line between Cairo and Galena built during the s. It began service in and today operates more than miles of track, some of which is owned by the state of Wisconsin.

The company, currently owned by Watco since , plans to continue resurrecting lines in the region it sees as a potential profitable ventures. This small terminal road has been in service since January of operating 1. The road's traffic consists of glass products and agriculture. Today, its traffic base includes automobiles, chemicals, metals, aggregates while moving more than 11, carloads annually. It operates roughly miles in total with freight consisting of lumber, paper, chemicals, steel beams, shelled corn, and other hazardous materials.

This small short line is the freight-hauling arm of the Indiana Railway Museum. The systems operates 16 miles from a connection with NS at Huntingburg to Dubois the museums owns a total of 24 miles, stretching as far as French Lick.

The route's history dates back to the Southern and the company currently hauls agriculture and petroleum products.

This small short line was formed by the Pioneer Railcorp in , acquiring 11 miles of former NS property between Elkhart and Mishawaka the line's history traces back to the NYC. Since first entering service the road has acquired an additional mile, disconnected segment between Argos and Walkerton, Indiana. The road's traffic base consists of auto frames, cement, lumber, tomato paste, plastics, and aggregates. Most of the route was primarily abandoned following Conrail's startup in A short line known as Erie Western attempted to retain service from western Ohio to Chicago but went under in The Grand Elk Railroad is a Watco shortline and has been in operation only since Today, the line transports automotive parts, plastics, metals, forest products, agricultural products and aggregates.

The road has been in service since over trackage acquired by NS that year. It utilizes a trio of GP7s for power. The road primarily handles agriculture products and owns a single RS11 of Southern Pacific heritage for power. The road has been in service since Indiana Northeastern Railroad reporting mark, IN: This short line traces its history back to the Pigeon River Railroad of Today, the company has blossomed into a mile system serving northeastern Indiana, southern Michigan, and northwestern Ohio much of which dates back to NYC heritage.

The road's traffic base consist of coal, agriculture, sand, glass, steel, and other freight. This large system first began service in over former Pennsylvania property between Indianapolis and Evansville.

The road operates nearly miles and transports primarily agriculture-based freight commodities moving more than 70, carloads annually. This railroad is another of Pioneer Rail Corporation's property operating just 3. It began service in as the Evansville Terminal Railway that originally operated 17 miles between Evansville and Cynthiana of former IC trackage. However, in it was cutback to just 3.

Current traffic consists of agriculture, plastics, and rail equipment. Another Pioneer Rail Corporation shortline this terminal railroad operates just 1. This non-operating short line, a division of the Keystone Railroad, is owned by ArcelorMittal previously Bethlehem Steel Corporation and has been in operation since when it began service on 66 miles of terminal and switching trackage in Burns Harbor, Indiana. It is leased and operated by NS. This short line, an Anacostia Rail Holdings property, has been in operation since that operates miles of former PRR trackage between Indianapolis and Louisville, Kentucky.

The road's primary traffic consists of cement, chemicals, food products, grain lumber, manufactured goods, paper, plastics, scrap, and steel.

It moves more than 35, carloads annually. It operates nearly 8 miles of trackage between Corydon Junction and Corydon, Indiana hauling petroleum-based products. Along with freight service the road offers car storage and switching services. Since then the company has performed extensive repairs to improve service. The road handles food products, chemicals, aggregates, fertilizer, and grain.

Respondek Railroad reporting mark, RRC: This company first began service in It is based in Boonville, Indiana where it provides contract rail car switching services and of short line rail operations.

One of several roads affiliated with RJ Corman there are four different branches within this segment that first entered service in including the St. Mary's and Minster, Ohio. The routes, totaling 94 miles, interchange with both CSX and NS handling grain, fertilizer, aluminum, rubber, tomato, plastic, and steel. This company operates a handful of short lines in the eastern United States. It operates one terminal road near Kokomo, Indiana primarily handling grain traffic.

Power for the operation is a pair of former Illinois Central GP10s and traffic is primarily agriculture. This short line began service in and currently operates 35 miles between Centerville and Albia.

The road utilizes a pair of GP7s for power. This road has a long, interesting history. It began as an interurban on August 13, when operations first began between its namesake cities, a distance of 27 miles. The road also began a branch to Davenport that reached as far as Lisbon 17 miles before rising costs halted construction. This extension was abandoned in Today, the Crandic handles more than 90, carloads annually.

The property was all former Milwaukee Road trackage acquired by both states in to preserve rail service. The privately owned company's traffic base includes agriculture, chemicals, bio-fuel commodities, food products, and truck parts. Today the railroad continues to operate the original route between Emery and Clear Lake Junction, just It is now a Progressive Rail subsidiary and handles a variety of freight including scrap metal, fertilizers, wood products, ethanol and frozen food products.

Its trackage consists of about 35 miles between Blackwell, Oklahoma and Hunnewell, Kansas. This privately-owned short line, a subsidiary of The Western Group, has been in service since early when it acquired former Santa Fe trackage in Oklahoma, Colorado, and Kansas. In all the road operates roughly miles and its traffic base is largely agriculture but also includes other types of freight.

The road is known for using a fleet of early second-generation, rebuilt GP30s for power. It was acquired by Pioneer in Traffic consists of grain, frozen beef, fertilizer, farm implements, feed products, and utility poles.

This large regional operates roughly miles track across much of central and western Kansas, reaching the Colorado border. The railroad is a Watco property and handles more than 50, carloads annually. This terminal railroad, which has been in operation since serves the city of Kansas City providing switching service for the larger railroads which operate through the area.

The road's traffic consists of scrap metal, salt, and repaired cars, frac sand, wall board, and plaster. The collection of lines trace their roots back to the Missouri Pacific, St. Louis-San Francisco, and Santa Fe. Its property totals miles and annual carloads exceed 50, moving such products as agriculture, cement, coal, chemicals, steel, and plastics. It was first established in although the tracks serving stockyard and packing companies at Wichita had been in service since From the beginning it was jointly owned by Santa Fe, Rock Island, MoPac, and Frisco handling local switching and terminal service, which continues through today.

The KWT operates a mile system of unconnected lines, mostly in northwestern Tennessee, which also reaches Murray, Kentucky. The railroad stretches throughout western Kentucky along a system covering miles between primarily Louisville and Paducah. The property was acquired from Illinois Central Gulf in Today, this Class II, regional moves a wide variety of freight from coal and lumber to agriculture and chemicals that total roughly , carloads annually.

The corridor has been under RJ ownership since January of moving plate steel, plastics, lumber, building supplies, distillers' grain, and brick. Both routes total roughly miles moving peanuts, aluminum ingots, alcohol, paper, plastic, fertilizer, limestone, sand, scrap paper, brick, corn syrup, and oil.

While the road moves largely coal it also handles other types of freight. Today, the road handles a variety of freight including agriculture, petroleum products, packaging material, paper, lumber, propane, and other products. This privately-owned short line began service in late operating two disconnected lines; it runs nearly 22 miles between Crowley and Eunice with trackage rights on the UP to Opelousas 21 miles.

It then operates over its own rails again between there and Bunkie. The road also leases 5 miles of trackage between McCall and Lula to serve local industries. Its freight consists of agriculture, general freight, and food-based oils. The Baton Rouge Southern Railroad is a Watco Companies property operating a very small segment of track north of the city, about 1. It began service in and hauls bauxite, plastic pellets, raw coke, and calcinated coke. It has been in service since Today, it operates from New Orleans to Iowa, Louisiana with several short branches radiating from the main line.

This railroad is another Watco Companies short line since leasing miles of disconnected Kansas City Southern trackage in northern Louisiana between Pineville and Gibsland as well as another segment between Shreveport and Springhill via Sibley. This historic, terminal switching road has been in service since It currently interchanges with six of the seven North American Class Is operating roughly miles of track in total including yards, sidings, spurs, etc. In all this trackage totals about 32 miles.

It also has a 4. The road handles petroleum products, oils, chemicals, food products, grains, and steel products. The Timber Rock Railroad is another Watco property operating miles of track mostly in east Texas but also reaches Deridder, Louisiana. It has been in service since and acquired additional trackage a few years later.

It handles roughly 26, carloads annually that is largely forest products. The new road is currently owned by Fortress Investment. Much of the regional's trackage is located in Maine and southern Quebec, however, it does serve the Vermont towns of Newport and Richford.

Overall, the railroad operates over miles of track and operates a wide variety of freight. The property is primarily former Maine Central and Canadian Pacific trackage.

Its traffic consists primarily of aggregates. This small terminal railroad serves the 14 acre marine-rail cargo terminal located in South Portland, Maine. This coastal railroad operates a mile system connecting Pocomoke City, Maryland with Norfolk, Virginia.

Canton Railroad reporting mark, CTN: This historic terminal road was first chartered in and provides switching services for industries in East Baltimore as well as the Port of Baltimore. It is owned by the Maryland Transportation Authority.

This short line has been in service since late operating former Western Maryland Railway trackage in the western part of the state.

It also owns a north-south corridor between Woodsboro and Taneytown. It operates an extensive system stretching across northern Ohio, West Virginia, and western Pennsylvania with trackage rights reaching Cumberland and Hagerstown. It operates about miles of its own lines as well as an additional via trackage rights.

The road carries more than , carloads annually with a highly diversified freight base. At its peak it ran from that point to Wardensville, West Virginia but by the s operated no further than Gore, its current western end-of-track. This small short line serves the area southwest of Boston on former New Haven trackage. It began service in During the early 20th century it even operated, electrified streetcar service but this was abolished by As the years passed the road languished as traffic disappeared sections of the property sat dormant but not abandoned.

In March of the railroad was acquired by Jon Delli Priscoli with the express intent of reviving the system. Since then the company has set its sights on growing freight business while working to reopen the entire line after years of neglect and disuse.

The trackage is owned by the state and leased to the railroad. Massachusetts Coastal Railroad reporting mark, MC: Also known as the Mass Coastal Railroad this short line operates much of the former New Haven Railroad trackage in the state's eastern peninsula.

The road took over the duties of the Bay Colony Railroad on the line in providing service to the state's Cape Cod region. The Pioneer Valley Railroad is owned by the Pinsly Railroad Company operating a short stretch of trackage in southwestern Massachusetts.

To the general public the railroad is also well known for its popular Old Road Dinner Train. The railroad has been in service since Ann Arbor Railroad reporting mark, AA: The history of Ann Arbor traces back to when it was born through the reorganization of predecessor systems operating between Toledo, Ohio and Frankfort, Michigan.

The road long struggled to remain profitable. In it entered bankruptcy and the property was soon purchased by the state to preserve rail service. The present-day Ann Arbor, a corporate entity since , has been a part of Watco since It operates the original "Annie" between Toledo and Ann Arbor, about 50 miles and traffic consists of flour, sugar, grain, plastics, sand, cement, recyclables, paper, lumber, and petroleum.

Its traffic consists of agriculture, forest products, chemicals, bulk transfer, and other freight. Delray Connecting Railroad reporting mark, DC: This historic short line has been in service since serving Michigan's Zug Island. Steel operates about 15 miles of track and handles more than 35, carloads annually.

Its primary customer is the Great Lakes Works steel mill. In time, ore also became an important source of freight and it grew into a mile system. Today, the road operates more than miles of property, including trackage rights, as it has acquired former sections of the Soo Line and Milwaukee Road.

Its freight is highly diversified. The road began service in and was acquired by RA in Today, it handles primarily wheat, sodium carbonate, and lumber. The entire Great Lakes Central totals roughly miles. Its trackage runs from Mt. Morris to Alpena as well as between Pinconning and Gaylord; there is also a short branch to Midland via Saginaw. In all the railroad operates about miles of trackage.

Its traffic is highly diversified including aggregates, agricultural products, building materials, cement, chemicals, cement, fertilizer, machinery, metals, petroleum products, plastics, and transportation equipment. This historic short line traces its roots back to hauling iron ore in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Today, it utilizes just 16 miles running from the Empire-Tilden Mine to Ishpeming. Ore still remains its primary freight traffic.

This very small industrial railroad operates just 1. Marquette Rail reporting mark, MQT: It has been in service since with freight consisting of chemicals, paperboard, grain, salt, and petroleum products among other traffic.

Michigan Shore Railroad reporting mark, MS: The short line currently hauls primarily sand and chemicals. This short line is owned by Pioneer Railcorp operating about 17 miles of track between White Pigeon and Sturgis. Its current traffic base includes scrap, scrap paper, pulpboard, frac sand, coal, lumber, and soybean oils. The short line currently operates about 32 miles between Alma and Saginaw handling primarily agricultural products.

The Minnesota Commercial has been in operation since over what was formerly the Minnesota Transfer, a system dating back to Today, the system operates nearly miles of railroad in the Twin Cities with traffic including lumber, steel, paper, potash, consumer goods, and agricultural products.

This short line dates back to and currently operates about 4 miles of trackage serving paper mills in International Falls, Minnesota and Fort Frances, Ontario. It handles more than 10, carloads annually. Today, its freight is largely comprised of agricultural products. This privately-owned, short line railroad is mostly concentrated in North Dakota, leasing nearly miles of track from carriers such as Canadian Pacific and Mohall Central Railroad.

Its traffic consists primarily of agricultural products and it handles about 17, carloads annually. In all, there are about 41 miles in use.

Cloud and Cold Spring with a branch to St. The road began service in over former BNSF trackage and currently handles about 10, carloads annually including aggregates, building products, chemicals, coal, food products, lumber, manufactured goods, paper, scrap, and steel.

The history of the property dates back to the Great Northern, acquired from then-BN in Its traffic consists of ethanol, corn, soybeans, and inbound coal. The road began service in over trackage in the Twin Cities and region and currently handles freight ranging from agriculture to chemicals. The road began service in and its traffic base is very diversified. This privately-owned railroad operates about 36 miles of track between Hinkley and North Branch. The system began service in and was once owned by RailAmerica.

It currently operates trackage once owned by the Northern Pacific as part of its larger, "Skally Line. This independently-owned short line began service in acquiring the Soo Line's former Milwaukee Road main line west of the Twin Cities. Its current traffic base is highly diversified ranging from agriculture to transload services. The road was originally formed in the early s, connecting its namesake cities and was once known for its fleet of Baldwin road-switchers.

Today, it operates miles of track with traffic consisting of brick, food products, metal, and scrap. This railroad operates just 10 miles of track near the city of Columbus via trackage rights and Trinity to the south. It is owned by the Patriot Rail Corporation, primarily serving the Weyerhaeuser fiber mill in Columbus while moving pulpwood, corn starch and chemicals. This short line, owned by the Mississippi Rail Group, Inc.

The road is currently inactive outside of car storage. This privately owned short line operates about 55 miles of track between Meridian and Waynesboro where it connects at the former city with Kansas City Southern. The road's freight includes lumber, food products, roofing products, and other traffic. This railroad is another owned by Pioneer Rail Corporation, operating three disconnected lines; an mile segment near Iuka, Mississippi; 51 miles between Oxford, Mississippi and Grand Junction, Tennessee; and finally 46 miles between Corinth, Mississippi and Red Bay, Alabama.

The trackage is ex-Illinois Central and was acquired in Operating between Swan Lake and Jonestown, this privately-owned short line covers about 60 miles connecting with the Canadian National at Swan Lake. The history of the property traces back to the IC, which sold the property around This privately-owned short line was first incorporated in , eventually building a system stretching from Pascagoula to Luce Farms, about 44 miles. Even today the road continues to operate most of its original main line with a highly maintained right-of-way, connecting with Class Is CSX at Pascagoula and Canadian National in Evanston.

The short line handles agricultural and lumber products. This short line, dating back to , is owned by Homan Industries and operated by the Mississippian Railway Cooperative utilizing a 25 mile line from Amory where its shops are located as well as a connection with BNSF to Fulton. This short line provides switching and terminal service for the Port Bienville area, operating about 8 miles of trackage in all.

It interchanges with CSX in Ansley. This short line operates Its traffic includes clay, lumber, and plastics. It provides transload services and handles primarily agricultural products. The Vicksburg Southern Railroad is another Watco short line operating 21 miles between Redwood and Cedars via Vicksburg, which has been in service since Since then the system has acquired more property through Norfolk Southern handling a wide range of freight. This small terminal railroad operates just 2 miles of track in St.

Louis with a connection to the Union Pacific. The system is owned by the city, which acquired the property from NS on June 17, Louis - Kansas City main line. The route totals miles between Vigus and Pleasant Hill, Missouri but only 42 miles between Vigus and Union is currently in service.

The property, former Wabash trackage, was acquired from the Class I by the city of Columbia during early October of It currently handles more than 1, carloads annually. The first 12 miles between Birmingham and Kearney went into service in while in an additional 15 miles of industrial track for switching nearby Bedford Yard was also added to the system.

The road handles about 15, carloads annually. Manufacturers Railway reporting mark, MRS: This historic railroad was owned by the Anheuser-Busch brewing company and has operated since In the railroad was sold to Foster Townsend Rail Logistics reporting mark, FTRL which continues to provide switching and terminal service to the brewery as well as other industries in South St.

It interchanges with the Terminal Railroad Assocoation of St. It is privately owned by Mike Williams and serves an industrial park near Mexico.

Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis reporting mark, TRRA: This historic terminal road has served the area around St. Louis since it was created in to provide switching services for the major railroads serving St. The railroad was once electrified, utilizing a 2,volt, DC system until when diesels took over.

For years it hauled copper ore mined near Butte, to smelters located at Anaconda. Today, it continues operating Central Montana Rail, Inc. The rest of the property is former Great Northern.

It primarily moves agricultural traffic while also hosting a seasonal dinner train known as "Charlie Russell Chew Choo. This large, privately-owned system operates more than miles of trackage including trackage rights in the states of North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana that was formerly owned by the Soo Line. The road's traffic is largely agriculture and it has been in operation since This short line has been in operation since December of and operates 40 miles of disconnected trackage that was formerly owned by Great Northern.

The property is currently a Watco subsidiary handling nearly 10, carloads annually. Another Watco shortline, this railroad operates more than miles of former Great Northern trackage in northeastern Montana, stretching into North Dakota. It began service in late and handles traffic related to the natural gas industry including natural gas, crude oil, and frac sand.

It took over the former South Omaha Terminal Railway in , which traced its history back to Nebkota Railway reporting mark, NRI: Since then, about half of the trackage has been abandoned. Traffic is largely grain and general agriculture. With its ownership of the Nebkota Railway the property totals nearly 12 miles. Its customers include agriculture companies, cement plants, and lumber companies.

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By Sarah Bousquet. In July I take my daughter to her first swimming lesson. We walk from our house down to the beach, where a young instructor and . Vincent James DiMartino New York City - Vincent James DiMartino, 74, of New York City and Lakeville, Connecticut died September 27, at Mount Sinai West Hospital. In general, short lines tend to provide the most fascinating operations of any railroad. As local, centrally based companies they are much more down-home in nature, often friendlier (than large Class Is), and are just more fun to watch than the big roads.