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Fast Mail (Amtrak train)

The Fast Mail was a train operated by Amtrak from Washington, D.C. to Boston and Springfield, Massachusetts, numbered #12 and 13. Train 12 carried both passengers and mail while train 13 carried mail and freight only. In new haven a separate trai ...


Kansas City Mule


Keystone State Express


Limited (train)


Miamian (Amtrak train)


Mount Baker International


Mount Rainier (train)


New England Metroliner


New Yorker (Amtrak train)


Northwest Talgo


Orange County Commuter


Pacific Northwest Corridor (train)


Potomac Special


Potomac Turbo


Puget Sound (train)


Southwest Limited (Amtrak train)


St. Louis Mule


Turboliner (train)


Washingtonian (Amtrak train)


Elgin station (Illinois)

Elgin is one of three stations on Metras Milwaukee District/West in Elgin, Illinois. The station is 36.6 miles away from Union Station, the eastern terminus of the line. In Metras zone-based fare system, Elgin is in zone H. Weekend trains on the ...


Moline station

Moline station is a proposed train station in Moline, Illinois, for the Quad Cities train. Construction has begun, and the station is expected to be completed with rail service by 2019.


Morgan Hill station

Morgan Hill is a Caltrain station located in the downtown area of Morgan Hill, California. The station is only served during weekday peak hours, with northbound trains in the morning and southbound trains in the evening. Original station of the s ...


Oakley station (California)

Oakley is a planned station that will be a stop on Amtrak Californias San Joaquin service. The station was partially funded by a 2018 grant from Californias Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program. Construction is expected to be completed by t ...


Oxford station (Ohio)

Oxford is a proposed Amtrak station in Oxford, Ohio that will be served by the Cardinal. The stop was first proposed in 2009, but an Amtrak study for such a stop determined that ridership would not be high enough to justify a stop in Oxford. Howe ...


Tamien station

Tamien is an intermodal passenger transportation station in San Jose, California served by the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light rail system, two bus routes, and the Caltrain commuter rail line. The station has two elevated island ...


Akron Barberton Cluster Railway

The Akron Barberton Cluster Railway is a Class III railroad that operates on 73 miles of track in and around Akron, Ohio.


B&H Rail Corporation

B&amp,H Rail Corporation, formerly the Bath & Hammondsport Railroad, is a Class III shortline railroad. Initially the line served the communities of Bath, New York and Hammondsport, New York. In Bath, the railroad connected with the Erie Railroad ...


Buffalo and Pittsburgh Railroad

The Buffalo and Pittsburgh Railroad is a Class II railroad operating in New York and Pennsylvania. BPRR is owned in Genesee and Wyoming. Its main line runs between Buffalo, NY and Eidenau, Pennsylvania, North of Pittsburgh. Here the connection to ...


Delaware-Lackawanna Railroad

The Delaware–Lackawanna Railroad is a shortline railroad operating in Northeastern Pennsylvania, especially the Scranton area. DL began service in August 1993 and is the designated operator 88 miles 142 km of track in Lackawanna and Monroe County ...


Livonia, Avon and Lakeville Railroad

The Livonia, Avon and Lakeville Railroad is a short line railroad that operates in Livingston County and Monroe County in New York, United States. The railroad interchanges with CSX at Genesee Junction in Chili, New York, the Rochester and Southe ...


New York and Lake Erie Railroad

The New York & Lake Erie is a class III railroad operating in Western New York. The NYLE was formed in 1978 to operate a portion of former Erie trackage that Conrail no longer wanted. Today, the railroad operates between Gowanda to Conewango Vall ...


The Stourbridge Line

The Stourbridge Line is a shortline railroad that operates 25 miles of former Erie Lackawanna Railroad between Honesdale and Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania where it connects with Norfolk Southern Railway. The line was previously owned by the Lackawaxen ...


Babbitt (Erie Railroad station)


Bath (Erie Railroad station)


New Durham station


Babbitt, North Bergen

Babbitt is a neighborhood in North Bergen Township in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. The area, located west of Tonnelle Avenue within the New Jersey Meadowlands District, is home to light manufacturing, warehouses, transportation facil ...


Edgewater Branch (NYSW)

The Edgewater Branch was a branch of the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway that ran about 3.174 miles through eastern Bergen County, New Jersey in the United States. Starting from the NYS&amp,Ws Undercliff rail junction at the Little Ferr ...


Edgewater Branch (NYSW)


New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad ALCO Type S-2 Locomotive

New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad ALCO Type S-2 Locomotive is located in Maywood, Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. The locomotive was and added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 19, 2010. The locomotive is locat ...


List of Central Railroad of New Jersey precursors

These railroads were bought, leased, or in other ways had their track come under ownership or lease by the Central Railroad of New Jersey. Central railroad of new Jersey was consolidated into Conrail. Railroad the Allentown terminal, the Bay conn ...


Hayts Corners, Ovid & Willard Railroad

The Hayts Corners, Ovid & Willard Railroad was a 4-mile rural branch line of the Lehigh Valley Railroad running between the connection with the Ithaca branch of the Lehigh Valley at Hayts Corners and Willard Asylum for the Chronic Insane in Senec ...


Roselle and South Plainfield Railway

The Roselle and South Plainfield Railway was a railroad built by the Lehigh Valley Railroad in 1888 to connect the LVRRs Easton and Amboy Railroad with the Central Railroad of New Jersey, and provided access over the CNJ to the Hudson River water ...


Adirondack and St. Lawrence Railroad

The Adirondack and St. Lawrence Railroad operated between DeKalb Junction and Hermon in St. Lawrence County, New York over a four-mile standard gauge railroad. The Adirondack & St. Lawrence was owned by the St. Lawrence Pyrites Company and incorp ...


Ottawa and New York Railway


Cape Cod Central Railroad (1861–1868)

The Cape Cod Central Railroad was a railroad in southeastern Massachusetts, more specifically in central Cape Cod. It was incorporated in 1861 to extend the Cape Cod Railroad from Yarmouth to Orleans through the towns of Dennis, Harwich and Brews ...


Fall River, Warren and Providence Railroad

The Fall River, Warren and Providence Railroad was a railroad in southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island connecting the city of Fall River, Massachusetts with Warren, Rhode Island. It incorporated in 1862 as a merger of the Warren and Fall Ri ...


New Bedford and Taunton Railroad

The New Bedford and Taunton Railroad was originally incorporated at the Old Colony Railroad Corporation in 1836 as an extension of the Taunton Branch Railroad between Taunton and New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States. The name was changed to ...


Cleveland, Akron and Columbus Railway


Delaware Railroad

The Delaware Railroad was the major railroad in the US state of Delaware, traversing almost the entire state north to south. It was planned in 1836 and built in the 1850s. It began in Porter and was extended south through Dover, Seaford and final ...


New Castle Turnpike

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