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Railroad Links Directory: Top : Freight Railroads : Shortline Railroads : Page 10

Freight Railroads : Shortline Railroads

Links to regional and shortline railroads. These sites 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 256 links in this category

Georgia Woodlands Railroad, LLC (GWR)
The GWRC is an essential link for the industrial businesses of Wilkes County, Georgia, transporting many commodities including plastic pellets, wood chips, lumber, lumber products, and petroleum gases.

This railroad, operating between Washington, Georgia and its connection with CSXT at Barnett, Georgia, serves Burt Lumber, Berry Plastics, Pliant Corporation, Texon, and the Washington-Wilkes Industrial Park. GWRC provides regional logistics services to numerous other customers with bulk transfer-distribution and railcar storage.

Info: URL: http://omnitrax.com/our-company/our-railroads/georgia-woodlands-railroad-llc/ (Added: 23-Jul-2000)
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Gettysburg & Northern Railroad Company (GET)
The Gettysburg & Northern Railroad Co. (GET), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pioneer Railcorp, operates 25 miles of track from Gettysburg to Mount Holly Springs, Pennsylvania. The railroad's principal commodities are canned goods, pulpboard, soda ash, grain, and scrap paper.
Info: URL: http://www.pioneer-railcorp.com/get.html (Added: 6-Jun-2005)
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Goderich-Exeter (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 182 miles of track through Ontario, the GEXR moves over 26,000 cars per year with commodities such as Salt and Fertilizer, Wheat, Grains, Soy Meal and Rice, and Automotive.

Metropolitan areas such as Guelph, Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo, Elmira, Stratford, St. Mary’s, Goderich, Clinton and Exeter enjoy rail service from the GEXR. As with all RailAmerica properties the GEXR has a strong focus on safety for its employees and customers in performing our business.

Info: URL: https://www.gwrr.com/railroads/north_america/goderichexeter_railway#m_tab-one-panel (Added: 21-Dec-2000)
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Golden Isles Terminal Railroad (GITM)
The Golden Isles Terminal Railroad (GITM) is a 13-mile short line freight railroad serving the Georgia Ports Authority and interchanging with CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern. Commodities transported include automobiles, chemicals, and food and feed products. The GITM was acquired by Genesee & Wyoming in 1998.
Info: URL: https://www.gwrr.com/railroads/north_america/golden_isles_terminal_railroad#m_tab-one-panel (Added: 2-May-2012)
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Golden Isles Terminal Wharf (GITW)
The Golden Isles Terminal Wharf (GITW) is a seven-mile short line freight railroad serving the Georgia Ports Authority and interchanging with CSX Transportation. Commodities transported include chemicals, food and feed products, metals and minerals, petroleum products, and pulp and paper. The GITW was acquired by Genesee & Wyoming in 2004.
Info: URL: https://www.gwrr.com/railroads/north_america/golden_isles_terminal_wharf#m_tab-one-panel (Added: 2-May-2012)
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Grand Elk Railroad (GDLK)
Kalamazoo, MI – East Region
The Grand Elk Railroad began operations on March 8, 2009 as Watco’s first railroad to operate in the states of Michigan and Indiana. The Grand Elk covers 151 miles running from Grand Rapids, Mich. to Elkhart, Ind. The line is leased from Norfolk Southern. Four short lines also interchange with the Grand Elk; the Marquette Railroad, Mid-Michigan Railroad, the Michigan Southern and the Grand Rapids Eastern Railroad.

Serving more than 55 Customers in Michigan and Indiana, the Grand Elk will help the area’s economy by providing freight service to Customers at various locations. Commodities shipped on the Grand Elk include automotive parts, plastics, metals, forest products, agricultural products and aggregates.

Info: URL: https://www.watcocompanies.com/services/rail/grand-elk-railroad-gdlk/ (Added: 25-Mar-2015)
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Grand Rapids Eastern Railroad (GR)
The Grand Rapids Eastern Railroad is located in Michigan and runs from Ionia to Marne, Michigan. The major interchange point is with the CSXT at Grand Rapids, Michigan. This interchange provides the GR with the arm to move merchandise to and from points all over North America.
Info: URL: https://www.gwrr.com/railroads/north_america/grand_rapids_eastern_railroad#m_tab-one-panel (Added: 21-Dec-2000)
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Great Northwest Railroad (GNRW)
Lewiston, ID – West Region
The Great Northwest Railroad (GRNW) is located in the Idaho Panhandle near the Washington state line and consists of approximately 77 mainline miles. Formerly known as Camas Prairie Railroad and Camas Prairie Railnet, Watco Companies purchased the line in 2004 and renamed it the GRNW. From Lewiston, Idaho, the railroad leads west to Riparia, Wash. The GRNW interchanges with both the BNSF and UP at Ayer, Wash., approximately 85 miles west of Lewiston. The GRNW interchanges east of Lewiston with the Bountiful Grain & Craig Mountain Railroad (BG&CM). Primary commodities are forest products consisting of lumber, bark, paper and tissue; agricultural products, industrial and farm chemicals, scrap iron and frozen vegetables.

Info: URL: https://www.watcocompanies.com/services/rail/great-northwest-railroad-grnw/ (Added: 25-Mar-2015)
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Great Western Railway of Colorado, LLC (GWRCO)
The Great Western Railway of Colorado (GWR) owns and operates a total of 80 miles of track and interchanges with BNSF and UP. Greatly expanding its customer base since its acquisition, GWR has become a vital link in Northern Colorado's transportation network. Currently, GWR serves a diverse base of customers including but not limited to; Anheuser-Busch, Vestas, Front Range Ethanol, Eastman Kodak, Owens-Illinois, AllWeather Wood, Universal Forest Products, Amalgamated Sugar, and Wedron Silica.

The Great Western Railway of Colorado is home to the Great Western Industrial Park, a 700-acre rail served industrial complex that is being developed by Broe Real Estate. Transportation, aggressive development, and Northern Colorado's skilled labor force has attracted many Fortune 500 companies to Northern Colorado where they have made it home.

Info: URL: http://omnitrax.com/our-company/our-railroads/great-western-railway-of-colorado-llc/ (Added: 23-Jul-2000)
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Grenada Railroad (GRYR)
The railroad runs generally southward from Southaven, Mississippi parallel with I-55 to Canton, Mississippi. The GRYR has two branch lines – the Water Valley Branch from just north of Grenada to Coffeeville and the Aberdeen Branch from just south of Durant to Kosciusko.

The GRYR was formerly the Grenada District of the Illinois Central Railroad and is steeped in railroad history. It was on this line that on April 30, 1900 the famed IC Engineer J. L. “Casey” Jones made his last run and met his maker in a collision with a freight train near Vaughan, Mississippi. The Water Valley Branch follows the original route of the “Main Line of Mid-America”. The Grenada District hosted many famous named passenger trains in its long history including the famed “City of New Orleans” and “Panama Limited”. The Grenada line was a major factor in developing industries along the route and facilitated the movement of local goods, in particular, agricultural and wood products, to the marketplace.

The line is now owned by the North Central Mississippi Regional Railroad Authority and operated by Iowa Pacific. The stakeholders are committed to maximizing the railroad’s contribution to the economic development of North Mississippi.

Info: URL: http://www.iowapacific.com/railroads/grenada-railroad/ (Added: 20-Oct-2016)
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