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Railroads that are no more. They were merged or went out of business. But they have great histories

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   CONRAIL: Consolidated Rail Corporation Preview Go
The break-up of Conrail to CSX and Norfolk Southern is just really a continuation of a drama that has gone on for about the last 80 years.
   Castleton Cutoff and Selkirk Preview Go
New York Central's Castleton Cutoff, Hudson River Connecting Railroad, and the Selkirk Yard.
   Cedar Hill Rail Yard in New Haven Preview Go
From 1844 to 1967, the New Haven RR was a force in New England. Driving north from New Haven, Cedar Hill yard cannot be overlooked. Its still used, but not to the extent it was 50 year ago. Imagine, over 9,000 cars handled on one day!

   Industrial Development on the Delaware & Hudson Railro Preview Go
1920's story about how the Delaware & Hudson Railroad helped develop the region it served. How coal played a role in the history of the D&H. D&H Sales Offices. D&H to North Creek
   Railroads to Newport Preview Go
Newport, Rhode Island is located on Aquidneck Island. The Old Colony & Newport Railway was chartered in 1863 as that islands answer to a demand for a rail connection with the rest of the country. Today, a tourist line and a dinner train survive.
   New York Central's Catskill Mountain Branch Preview Go
The Catskill Mountain Branch of the New York Central connected with the West Shore at Kingston, NY. It was once the Ulster & Delaware. Abandoned when Conrail was formed, sections of it are now tourist rail.
   Chicago River and Indiana Railroad Preview Go
The Chicago River & Indiana Railroad and the Chicago Junction Railway controlled access to the Chicago Union Stock Yards district. They were part of the New York Central System. Includes the Indiana Harbor Belt.
   Railroads in Utica, New York Preview Go
Utica was served by four railroads: The New York Central, West Shore, Lackawanna and Ontario & Western
   Site #68 Preview Go
   The 20th Century Limited Preview Go
The 20th Century Limited and other New York Central Passenger Trains. This was probably the all-time most famous train.

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