America’s freight trains are first class – The Boston Globe


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America's freight trains are first class
The Boston Globe
Thankfully, that didn't happen. Amtrak was created in 1971. It was a godsend for the industry, for Amtrak's purpose was not to save the passenger train but to save the freight railroad industry by giving it the opportunity to get out of the passenger ...

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Widows: Railroad Knew Of Defect Before Veterans Killed In 2012 Parade Crash – CBS Local


Widows: Railroad Knew Of Defect Before Veterans Killed In 2012 Parade Crash
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“I do not see the railroad industry taking responsibility when it's obvious from the evidence they (Union Pacific) had responsibility,” said Bob Comer, a railroad crossing expert who's investigated about 400 accidents over 26 years and studied the ...

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Widows: Railroad Knew of Defect Before Veterans Killed – ABC News


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Widows: Railroad Knew of Defect Before Veterans Killed
ABC News
"I do not see the railroad industry taking responsibility when it's obvious from the evidence they (Union Pacific) had responsibility," said Bob Comer, a railroad crossing expert who's investigated about 400 accidents over 26 years and studied the ...

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Reading Blue Mountain & Northern Railroad to take over service to Humboldt … – Boyertown Berk Montgomery Newspapers


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Reading Blue Mountain & Northern Railroad to take over service to Humboldt ...
Boyertown Berk Montgomery Newspapers
Reading Blue Mountain & Northern Railroad will take over ownership of the rail infrastructure at the Humboldt Industrial Park beginning Jan. 1, 2016 through an agreement with the park's owner, CAN DO, Inc., according to CAN DO President Kevin O'Donnell ...
Reading & Northern to take over rail service to HumboldtWilkes Barre Times-Leader

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Widows: Railroad Knew of Defect Before Veterans Killed – ABC News


Widows: Railroad Knew of Defect Before Veterans Killed
ABC News
"I do not see the railroad industry taking responsibility when it's obvious from the evidence they (Union Pacific) had responsibility," said Bob Comer, a railroad crossing expert who's investigated about 400 accidents over 26 years and studied the ...

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