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The Lake Erie, Franklin & Clarion Railroad was a small shortline located in Pennsylvania that started by hauling lumber and later, coal. It shutdown in late 1992.
The St. Johnsbury & Lamoille County was once known by a different name that traced its roots back to the 1860s. For many years it was owned by the B&M and finally abandoned in the 1990s.
The Durham & Southern Railway was a classic shortline located in North Carolina which dated to 1892. It operated for more than 80 years before being acquired by the Seaboard Coast Line.
The Chesapeake Western Railway was a small system located in the heart of Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. It began in 1895 and was purchased by the N&W in 1954.
The Jersey City, or Communipaw Terminal was the Jersey Central's most impressive station located directly on the waterfront across from Manhattan.
The "Streamliners At Spencer" event is being held in May-June, 2014 at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer showcasing twenty-two historic, streamlined diesel and steam locomotives.
The B&O's Shenandoah was its secondary run between New York and Chicago. This train was inaugurated in the 1930s and survived until Amtrak was created in May of 1971.
The diner was a later development in passenger train service not arriving until the late 19th century. Find out how the car was developed, its uses during the Golden Age through today.
As the leaves begin to turn fall foliage train rides have become a popular way to see the vibrant colors. Find out where you can find these excursions here.
The Maryland & Pennsylvania Railroad affectionately remembered as the Ma & Pa served Baltimore and points north. In the 1980s it became the York Railway.
The Mount Rainier Scenic is one of Washington's most popular tourist railroads offering guests trains pulled by both steam and diesels with views of Mt. Rainier in the distance.
Featured here are many of the largest light rail transit systems operating around the country from Maryland to California.
The sleeper, or bedroom cars, added a new level of comfort to rail travel for passengers when they were first introduced by the Pullman Palace Car Company in the 1860s.
Any hope of landing Wisconsin railroad jobs rests almost entirely with BNSF, CP, CN, or UP as few other lines serve the state. Here you can find their career pages and research positions.
Potential West Virginia railroad jobs are almost exclusive to either CSX or Norfolk Southern as the other lines located there are far too small to hire many employees.
Here you can learn more about Washington railroad jobs, Class Is UP and BNSF which do business there, and the other smaller lines serving the state. Also, use a job search tool to discover openings.
If you are looking for a career in the industry, potential Virginia railroad jobs can be found with either Class Is NS and CSX or nearly one of a dozen shortlines located there.
Its striking that so many railroads operate in such a small state. You can locate potential Vermont railroad jobs amongst the nine lines serving the state by visiting this page.
Research Utah railroad jobs here and what companies still serve the state. Find out how to reach these line as well as use a search tool.
Rail operations are still big in the Lone Star State and if you are looking for Texas railroad jobs every line's contact information can be located here as well as a job search tool.
Due to Memphis to the west and Appalachians to the east, Tennessee railroad jobs still offer potential in landing a position.
South Dakota railroad jobs will likely not be easy to find because the state has never been overly important to the industry. Still, you can locate contact information here for those which are there.
The potential of finding South Carolina railroad jobs rests with the east's two largest railroads and about a dozen smaller lines.
The Keystone State remains an important place of business for railroads even today. Here you can learn more about potential Pennsylvania railroad jobs and how to contact those companies.
The possibility of finding Oregon railroad jobs currently lies with two Class Is and several smaller lines. Find out which, here, and how to reach them.
Depending on what career you may be interested in you can research Oklahoma railroad jobs here and how to contact the companies that currently operate in the state.
Trying to even find Ohio railroad jobs can be a difficult task. Here you can find a list of all railroads which serve the Buckeye State as well as how to contact them.
Because of the state's remote nature North Dakota railroad jobs are very difficult to find. However, you can learn about the companies that serve the state including contact information.
You can search for North Carolina railroad jobs directly here via an available tool as well as find contact information for the companies that do business in the state.
Hoping to find New York railroad jobs? The state offers a good chance at such a career with many lines located there. Learn more about all of them here including transit agencies.