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Freight Railroads : Class 2 and Regional Railroads

Links to Class I freight railroads. All of these links are official railroad sponsored websites. For "railfan" websites, see our Specific Railroad and Historical Society links sections. You can find links to locomotive roster information on our Rosters page.

There are 31 links in this category

Alabama and Gulf Coast Railway (AGR)
The Alabama & Gulf Coast Railway operates over 348 miles of owned and leased tracks from Pensacola, FL export terminals north to Columbus, MS and from Mobile, AL north to Kimbrough, AL.

The AGR interchanges with BNSF, CAGY, CN, CSXT, GTRA, KCS, MNBR, NS, and TASD. With these interchanges we offer our customers access to all of North America.

Major commodities that travel over the AGR include coal, iron and steel, chemicals, scrap iron, pulp and paper, and limestone. These commodities are important to the metropolitan areas that are served by AGR and the customers that want to get their goods across North America.

Info: URL: https://www.gwrr.com/railroads/north_america/alabama_gulf_coast_railway#m_tab-one-panel (Added: 30-Sep-2000)
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Alaska Railroad (ARR)
Established in 1914, the Alaska Railroad was operated by the Federal government until it was purchased by the State of Alaska in 1985. Chartered to operate as a Private Enterprise, the Alaska Railroad receives no funding from the State of Alaska. All operating expenses and improvements are paid out of revenues generated by passengers, freight services, and real estate.
Info: URL: https://www.alaskarailroad.com/ (Added: 23-Jul-2000)
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Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad (BPRR)
The Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad (BPRR) is a 368-mile regional freight railroad that interchanges with the Allegheny Valley Railroad, Canadian Pacific Railway, Canadian National, CSX Transportation, Nittany & Bald Eagle Railroad, Norfolk Southern, Rochester & Southern Railroad, and Western New York & Pennsylvania Railway.
Info: URL: https://www.gwrr.com/railroads/north_america/buffalo_pittsburgh_railroad#m_tab-one-panel (Added: 18-Oct-2001)
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Central Maine & Quebec Railway
Formed in 2014, The Central Maine & Quebec Railway offers customers the safest and most efficient method of freight transportation between Montreal and the Atlantic coast of Maine. Our primary cargoes include forest products, construction materials, chemicals, grain and energy products. Under the leadership of John Giles, who has over 45 years of experience in the industry at CSX and then as CEO of RailAmerica, we are striving to be a leader in the short line industry.
Info: URL: https://www.cmqrailway.com/ (Added: 25-Mar-2015)
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Central Oregon & Pacific (CORP)
Roseburg, OR. The Central Oregon & Pacific Railroad (CORP) is a Class II railroad operating between Northern California and Eugene, Oregon. The CORP has a total of 389 miles of mainline in this corridor.

Traffic on the CORP is approximately 17,000 cars featuring the following commodities of lumber, logs, and plywood. Being located in Oregon and California, the CORP serves national account lumber companies and provides transportation through interchanges with CBRL, UP, WCTR, and YW. Lumber and related products are the mainstay for the CORP.

The CORP also was awarded the Silver E H Harriman Award in Group C for the railroad's safety record in 2006. This is a highly coveted award and it truly reflects the commitment and dedication to safety on the CORP.

Info: URL: https://www.gwrr.com/railroads/north_america/central_oregon_pacific_railroad#m_tab-one-panel (Added: 21-Dec-2000)
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Dakota Missouri Valley and Western Railroad
Dakota Missouri Valley and Western Railroad operates approximately 525 miles of track in North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana. DMVW's network includes 435 miles of track that is leased from Canadian Pacific Railway (core), 12 miles of track from McKenzie to Moffit, North Dakota (Linton Line), and 78 miles of track from Geneseo, ND, to Aberdeen, SD, (Britton Line).

DMVW maintains its headquarters in Bismarck, ND and has field offices in Crosby, Wishek, and Oakes, North Dakota.

DMVW also performs industrial switching operations for Northern Plains Commerce Centre in Bismarck.

Info: URL: http://www.dmvwrr.com/ (Added: 25-Mar-2015)
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Florida East Coast Railway (FEC)
Florida East Coast Railway operates 351 miles of mainline track along the east coast of Florida with direct rail access to South Florida's ports. FECR also serves five intermodal terminals and provides full service drayage for our customers.

With connections to CSX and Norfolk Southern in Jacksonville, FECR is your fast, reliable, affordable solution to moving intermodal loads and carload commodities from pulp and paper to aggregate and automobiles.

Info: URL: https://fecrwy.com/ (Added: 18-May-2009)
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Great Lakes Central Railroad (GLC)
Great Lakes Central Railroad is the largest regional railroad in the great state of Michigan, with 400 miles of track stretching through Central and Northern Michigan. We contribute to a stronger Michigan economy by efficiently serving our freight customers and commuter ridership.

GLC provides dependable, integrated transportation benefits to a growing customer base throughout Michigan. Our financial stability has allowed us to retain jobs and also create new positions, as well as offer competitive freight rates in conjunction with our rail partners throughout North America.

Info: URL: http://www.glcrailroad.com/ (Added: 25-Mar-2015)
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Indiana and Ohio Railway (IORY)
The Indiana & Ohio Railway (IORY) is a short-line railroad operating primarily in western Ohio, as well as in parts of southeastern Indiana and southeast Michigan. The IORY serves the metropolitan areas of Cincinnati, Columbus, Springfield and Lima, OH.

IORY handles a wide range of commodities over its 684-mile railroad, including automobiles, pig iron and other metal products, chemicals, plastics, lumber, paper, grain and grain products, such as ethanol and dried distillers grains. IORY serves several barge terminals in Cincinnati, and has customers offering transload services to handle a variety of products. IORY offers several sites suitable for new industry development.

IORY has major interchanges with CFE, CN, CSXT, NS and WE, as well as numerous short lines, including CIND, AA, ADBF and RJCW, which offer IORY the capability of easily moving goods throughout North America.

Info: URL: https://www.gwrr.com/railroads/north_america/indiana__ohio_railway#m_tab-one-panel (Added: 21-Dec-2000)
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Indiana Rail Road Company (INRD)
The Indiana Rail Road Company (INRD), founded March 18, 1986, is a privately-held, 500-mile railroad with a full-time staff of almost 200. The company hauls a variety of consumer, energy and industrial products, and serves central and southwest Indiana and central Illinois with nationwide connections at transportation hubs such as Chicago, Indianapolis and Louisville, Ky.
Info: URL: http://www.inrd.com/ (Added: 25-Mar-2015)
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