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The guide is compiled in alphabetical order by state (all American Association of Railroads [AAR] reporting marks are also included with each short line) and I hope you find it useful and helpful, particularly if you are planning a railfan outing and are interested in knowing where a short line operation or two can found in a particular area.
Many short lines operating around the country are now owned by large conglomerates notably Watco, Genesee & Wyoming, and Iowa Pacific.
The road operates more than 230 miles of track and handles more than 13,000 carloads annually amongst a wide range of freight.
It has been a G&W property since 2008.: This short line operates about 38 miles of track from Columbus, Mississippi to Belk, Alabama handling forest and waste products.
It handles about 1,500 carloads annually with freight including plastics and lumber.: This terminal railroad is based in Mobile and has been in service since 1928.
Today, it operates about 31 miles of track carrying limestone, urea, paper and corn syrup, moving more than 15,000 carloads annually.: This large short line is primarily based in western Georgia but also extends into eastern Alabama at Eufaula.
There are also a handful of smaller such companies including Pioneer Rail Corp, Rio Grande Pacific Corporation, Patriot Rail, Pinsly, and Gulf & Ohio.
All of these systems are included in the state-by-state list below along with the independent operations although you can also find out more information about them by visiting their respective parent's website listed above.
While there have been initiatives to further extend the system these have never materialized thus far.
The railroad still provides regular passenger schedules along with its extensive freight service.