Below are links to just some of the railroads we work with. We have experience working with major US and Canadian Mainline and Shortline Railroad Operations and are not limited to moving equipment only on the below lines.
Norfolk Southern Corporation is one of the nation’s premier transportation companies. Its Norfolk Southern Railway subsidiary operates approximately 21,000 route miles in 22 states and the District of Columbia, serves every major container port in the eastern United States, and provides efficient connections to other rail carriers. Norfolk Southern operates the most extensive intermodal network in the East and is a major transporter of coal and industrial products.
Iowa Interstate Railroad, LTD is a privately held Delaware Corporation and subsidiary of Railroad Development Corporation. It is also one of the few Regional Railroads that connects with the entire Class 1 railroad system (BNSF, UP, CN, CP, KCS, CSXT, and NS) at multiple locations.
BNSF is a critical link that connects consumers with the global marketplace. For more than 160 years, BNSF has played a vital role in building and sustaining this nation’s economy.
CSX Corporation, together with its subsidiaries based in Jacksonville, Fla., is one of the nation’s leading transportation suppliers. The company’s rail and intermodal businesses provide rail-based transportation services including traditional rail service and the transport of intermodal containers and trailers.
Twin Cities & Western Railroad Company began operations in July, 1991. TC&W is a regional railroad operating over 229 miles of track and provides rail service to some of the most productive agricultural counties in Minnesota and South Dakota. TC&W interchanges with all Class I Railroads in the Twin Cities (BNSF, CN, CP and UP) and accesses the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers barge facilities via the CP and UP. Commodities transported include grains, soy and edible beans, fertilizers, salt, machinery, forest products, sugar, limestone, coal, beet pulp pellets, scrap steel, canned/frozen vegetables, tallows/fats, corn oil, propane, ethanol, DDG’s, butter, plastics, aggregates and magnesium chloride.
Goderich-Exeter Railway (GEXR) — The Goderich Exeter Railway is located in Ontario, Canada. GEXR has interchange points with the Canadian National at London, ON and Toronto, ON. The Canadian Pacific interchange is at Kitchener, ON and Guelph, ON. With 181 miles of track through Ontario, the GEXR moves approximately 25,000 cars per year with commodities such as Salt and Fertilizer, Wheat, Grains, Soy Meal and Rice, and Automotive.
In the fall of 1963, the end of the Rutland Railroad was in sight and, on January 6th, 1964 a new shortline was born. Created by Jay Wulfson, the Vermont Railway thus became the first public/private railroad operation in the Nation. Operating 125 miles of track in the state of Vermont, the Vermont Railway was a success from the beginning.
CN — Canadian National Railway Company and its operating railway subsidiaries – spans Canada and mid-America, from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans to the Gulf of Mexico, serving the ports of Vancouver, Prince Rupert, B.C., Montreal, Halifax, New Orleans, and Mobile, Ala., and the key metropolitan areas of Toronto, Buffalo, Chicago, Detroit, Duluth, Minn./Superior, Wis., Green Bay, Wis., Minneapolis/St. Paul, Memphis, St. Louis, and Jackson, Miss., with connections to all points in North America.
Union Pacific Corporation owns one of America’s leading transportation companies. Its principal operating company, Union Pacific Railroad, links 23 states in the western two-thirds of the country. Union Pacific serves many of the fastest-growing U.S. population centers and provides Americans with a fuel-efficient, environmentally responsible and safe mode of freight transportation. Union Pacific’s diversified business mix includes Agricultural Products, Automotive, Chemicals, Energy, Industrial Products and Intermodal.
The Montreal, Maine & Atlantic began operation in January of 2003 and owns over 745 route miles of track, serving customers in Maine, Vermont, Quebec and New Brunswick. The MMA operates approximately 25 trains daily with main line operations conducted daily between Madawaska and Searsport, Maine, and between Brownville Junction, Maine and Montreal, Quebec.
RailAmerica, Inc., owns leading short line and regional railroads providing rail service to customers across North America. In 2008 RailAmerica relocated its Corporate Office to Jacksonville, Florida. The Company’s 40 affiliated railroads operate in 27 states and 3 Canadian provinces with approximately 7,500 miles of track.
NEW ENGLAND CENTRAL RAILROAD (NECR) — The NECR operates 394 miles of railroad between the Vermont and Quebec border just south of Montreal on the north and tidewater at the Port of New London, CT on the south. NECR features seven days per week service to all major interchange points. NECR interchanges with four Class I railroads; Canadian National at East Alburgh, VT, Canadian Pacific at Bellows Falls, VT, Norfolk Southern at Brattleboro, VT and CSXT at Palmer, MA. Other rail partners include the Vermont Railway at Burlington, the WACR, CCRR, PAS, MCER and PW interchanges at various points in Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire.
The Portland & Western Railroad (PNWR) is a 520-mile short line freight railroad that interchanges with the Albany & Eastern Railroad, BNSF Railway, Central Oregon & Pacific Railroad, Coos Bay Rail Link, Hampton Railway, Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad and Union Pacific Railroad. Commodities transported include aggregates, brick and cement, chemicals, construction and demolition debris, food and feed products, forest products, metallic ores and minerals, and steel and scrap.
The Nebraska Central Railroad Company (NCRC), is a 340 mile network composed of five former UPRR branch lines and one former BNSF branch line. Trackage rights include rights on 70 miles of UPRR main line between North Platte and Omaha, NE. NCRC, through its connection with Union Pacific (at Columbus, Central City and Grand Island) and BNSF (at David City), is an integral part of grain shipments in the region.
(KCS), an international transportation holding company comprised of three primary railroads: The Kansas City Southern Railway Company (KCSR), Kansas City Southern de Mexico (KCSM) and Panama Canal Railway Company (PCRC). Today’s KCS is providing a wide variety of shippers, from the local farmer to major manufacturers around the world, with competitive and reliable transportation solutions to and from burgeoning markets throughout North America – and we’re doing so with the same tenacity and friendly customer service that has kept our company strong for more than 120 years.
Canadian Pacific operates a North American transcontinental railroad providing freight transportation services, logistics solutions and supply chain expertise. Incorporating best-in-class technology and environmental practices, CP is re-defining itself as a modern 21st century transportation company built on safety, service reliability and operational efficiency. Visit cpr.ca and see how Canadian Pacific is Driving the Digital Railway.
The CFNR encompasses 261 miles of track operating in California. The CFNR interchanges with the Union Pacific Railroad at four locations and with the shortlines of Napa Valley Railroad and Northwestern Pacific Railroad. The CFNR major commodities are all food related, being tomato products, olives, rice, cheese, frozen foods, beer, wine and wheat with some stone, agriculture, petroleum products, and chemicals.