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Specific Railroad Fansites

Fan created websites and special interest pages covering specific railroads. These can be currently operating railroad and/or fallen flag lines. These are un-official sites which are NOT sponsored by the railroad. See the Freight Railroad page for links to official railroad sponsored websites. For groups devoted to specific railroads, visit our Railroad Historical Societies category.

There are 147 links in this category

Great Northern Railway Page
Welcome to my Great Northern Railway Page! My name is Lindsay Korst. I have been a big fan of James Jerome Hill's Great Northern Railway from an early age.
Info: URL: http://gngoat.org/ (Added: 17-Apr-2000)
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Green Bay & Western - Eddie's Green Bay & Western Page
Photos, links and information on the GB&W.
Info: URL: http://www.angelfire.com/mi2/timmy2/index.html (Added: 10-Feb-2001)
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Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe
History of Texas subsidiary of Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
Info: URL: http://www.texassantafehistory.com (Added: 8-Aug-2010)
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Harlem Line Railroad - Brewster Railroad History
In 1831, the Harlem Line Railroad received it's charter. The intended route would connect towns in Westchester, Putnam and lower Dutchess Counties with New York City. Local terrain and waterways determined the layout of the railroad route. In 1848, knowing that the Harlem Line Railroad would pass through Southeast, in Putnam County, Walter and James Brewster constructed passenger and freight stations, donating the buildings to the Harlem Line Railroad.
Info: URL: http://www.southeastmuseum.org/html/railroad.html (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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Hoboken Shore Railroad Homepage
Hoboken Shore Railroad by Paul R. Tupaczewski
Info: URL: http://HBS.Railfan.net/ (Added: 17-Apr-2000)
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Hudson Bay Railway
My grandfather, Major J.G. MacLachlan, (shown above right, with CNR President Vaughn and CNR Vice President Devenish) was the manager of the Hudson Bay Railway from 1943 to 1951. From 1928 to 1943, Major MacLachlan was Division Engineer, District Engineer, and Superintendent and District Engineer.
Info: URL: http://www.zambonista.com/hbr/ (Added: 12-Jun-2000)
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Hulett Automatic Ore Unloaders Home Page
The 'Hulett,' a highly efficient ore unloading machine unique to the Great Lakes, was invented by Clevelander George Hulett in 1898. Over 75 Huletts were built, revolutionizing ore shipping. These Cleveland Huletts [photograph on postcard], electrically-powered with 17-ton capacity buckets, standing some 10 stories tall and weighing in at 880 tons, were built in 1912, and unloaded ore boats continuously until 1992.
Info: URL: http://www.clevelandmemory.org/glihc/hulett/ (Added: 01-Jul-1999)
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I&M Rail Link Unofficial Web Page
The I&M Rail Link, owned by the Washington Corporation, operated 1,385 miles of trackage in the states of Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin. The lines were acquired in from the Canadian Pacific Railway, which were originally built by the Milwaukee Road and its predecessors. The railroad commenced operations at 12:01 p.m. April 5, 1997.

In late 2001 the Washington Corp. looked to divest itself of the railroad claiming it unprofitable. On July 29, 2002 the assets of the I&M Rail Link, LLC were officially transferred to the Iowa, Chicago & Eastern, which is owned by the Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern subsidiary, Cedar American Railroad Holdings. Operations were curtailed at 12:01 p.m. on that date.

Info: URL: http://www.illinirail.com/imrl/ (Added: 28-Jan-2001)
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Illinois - Hicks Car Works
Union, IL - News and Views of Progress at the Illinois Railway Museum
Info: URL: https://hickscarworks.blogspot.com/ (Added: 16-Feb-2008)
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Illinois Central Railroad On-Line
An unofficial and unaffiliated web source of information on routes, equipment, schedules, and news of the Illinois Central Railroad and its subsidiaries including the Chicago Central & Pacific Railroad (CCP) and Cedar River Railroad (CEDR)
Info: URL: http://www.trainweb.org/icrr/ (Added: 3-Mar-2001)
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