List of Texas railroads

List of Texas railroads

Current common carriers

* Alamo Gulf Coast Railroad (AGCR)
* Amtrak (AMTK)
* Angelina and Neches River Railroad (ANR)
* Austin Area Terminal Railroad (AUAR)
* Blacklands Railroad (BLR)
* Border Pacific Railroad (BOP)
* Brownsville and Rio Grande International Railroad (BRG)
* BNSF Railway (BNSF)
* Dallas, Garland and Northeastern Railroad (DGNO)
* Fort Worth and Western Railroad (FWWR)
* Galveston Railroad (GVSR)
* Georgetown Railroad (GRR)
* Grainbelt Corporation (GNBC)
* Gulf, Colorado and San Saba Railway (GCSR)
* Jefferson and Cypress Bayou Railway (JCB)
* Kansas City Southern Railway (KCS)
* Kiamichi Railroad (KRR)
* Moscow, Camden and San Augustine Railroad (MCSA)
* Orange Port Terminal Railway (OPT)
* Panhandle Northern Railroad (PNR)
* Pecos Valley Southern Railway (PVS)
* Point Comfort and Northern Railway (PCN)
* Port Terminal Railroad Association (PTRA)
* Rio Valley Switching Company (RVSC)
* Rockdale, Sandow and Southern Railroad (RSS)
* Sabine River and Northern Railroad (SRN)
* South Orient Railroad
* South Plains Lamesa Railroad (SLAL)
* South Plains Switching
* Southern Switching Company (SSC)
* Southwestern Railroad (SW)
* Texas and Northern Railway (TN)
* Texas Central Business Lines (TCB)
* Texas City Terminal Railway (TCT)
* Texas Mexican Railway (TM)
* Texas Northeastern Railroad (TNER)
* Texas Pacifico Transportation (TXPF)
* Texas Rock Crusher Railway (TXR)
* Texas South-Eastern Railroad (TSE)
* Texas, Gonzales and Northern Railway (TXGN)
* Texas-New Mexico Railroad (TNMR)
* Timber Rock Railroad (TIBR)
* Union Pacific Railroad (UP)
* West Texas and Lubbock Railroad (WTLR)
* Western Rail Road (WRRC)
* Wichita, Tillman and Jackson Railway (WTJR)

Defunct railroads

* Abilene & Northern Railway
* Abilene & Southern Railway
* Asphalt Belt Railway
* Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (ATSF)
* Beaumont, Sour Lake & Western Railway
* Beaumont Wharf & Terminal
* Brownsville & Matamoros Bridge
* Buffalo Bayou, Brazos and Colorado Railroad (BBB&C)
* Burlington Northern Railroad (BN; later part of BNSF)
* Burlington-Rock Island Railroad (BRI)
* Cape Belt Railroad
* Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad
* Concho, San Saba & Llano Valley Railroad
* Columbus, San Antonio and Rio Grande Railroad (CSA&RG)
* Corpus Christi, San Diego & Rio Grande Railroad
* Corpus Christi, San Diego & Rio Grande Narrow Gauge Railroad
* Dallas Terminal Railway & Union Depot
* Denison & Pacific Suburban Railway
**Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railroad 1891-1915 [http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/RR/hlr2.html]
* El Paso & Southwestern Railroad Company of Texas
* El Paso Union Passenger Depot
* Fort Worth & Denver City Railway (later part of BN)
* Fort Worth & Denver Northern Railway
* Fort Worth & Denver South Plains Railway
* Fort Worth & Denver Terminal Railway
* Fort Worth Belt Railway
* Fort Worth Union Passenger Station
* Gainesville, Henrietta and Western Railway (later part of MKT)
* Galveston and Houston Electric Railway
* Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railway (GH&SA)
* Galveston, Houston & Henderson Railroad
* Galveston Terminal Railway
* Gulf and Interstate Railway Company of Texas
* Gulf, Beaumont & Great Northern Railway
* Gulf, Beaumont & Kansas City Railway
* Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railway (GCSF)
* Gulf, Western Texas and Pacific Railroad (GWT&P)
* Houston and Texas Central Railroad (H&TC)
* Houston Belt & Terminal Railway
* Houston & Brazos Valley Railway
* Houston North Shore Railway
* Indianola Railroad (IRR)
* International-Great Northern Railroad (IGN)
* Jasper Eastern Railway
* Kansas City, Mexico & Orient Railway Company of Texas (KCMO)
* Kansas, Oklahoma & Gulf Railway Company of Texas
* Louisiana & Arkansas Railway
* Missouri Pacific Railroad (MP)
* Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (MKT)
* Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company of Texas
* Nacogdoches & Southeastern Railroad
* North Plains & Santa Fe Railway
* North Texas & Santa Fe Railway
* Orange & Northwestern Railroad
* Panhandle & Santa Fe Railway (PSF)
* Paris & Mount Pleasant Railroad
* Pecos & Northern Texas Railway
* Quanah, Acme & Pacific Railway
* Rio Grande City Railway
* Rio Grande, El Paso & Santa Fe Railroad
* Roscoe, Snyder & Pacific Railway
* San Antonio & Aransas Pass Railway
* San Antonio and Mexican Gulf Railway (SA&MG)
* San Antonio Belt & Terminal Railway
* San Antonio Southern Railway
* San Antonio, Uvalde, & Gulf Railroad
* San Benito & Rio Grande Valley Railway
* Southern Pacific Railroad (SP)
* Southern Pacific Terminal
* South Plains & Santa Fe Railway
* St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas Railway of Texas
* St. Louis, Brownsville & Mexico Railway
* St. Louis - San Francisco Railway (SLSF)
* St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas Railway
* St. Louis Southwestern Railway of Texas (SSW)
* St. Louis Southwestern Railway (SSW)
* Stamford & Northwestern Railway
* Stephenville, North and South Texas Railway (SN&ST)
* Texas & Gulf Railway
* Texas and New Orleans Railroad (T&NO)
* Texas and Pacific (T&P)
* Texas and St. Louis Railway
* Texas Central Railroad
* Texas Electric Railway
* Texas Midland Railroad
* Texas Short Line Railway
* Trinity & Brazos Valley Railway
* Tyler Southeastern Railway
* Tyler Tap Railroad
* Union Terminal Company, Dallas
* Weatherford, Mineral Wells & Northeastern Railway
* Wichita Falls & Northwestern Railway
* Wichita Falls & Oklahoma Railway
* Wichita Falls & Southern Railroad
* Wichita Falls & Southern Railway
* Wichita Falls & Wellington Railway
* Wichita Valley Railroad

Notes

References

* Associated Press; reprinted by Fort Worth Star-Telegram (October 17 2005), " [http://www.dfw.com/mld/startelegram/news/state/12927628.htm Old South Orient Railroad up and running] ". Retrieved October 18 2005.
* Association of American Railroads (2003), " [http://www.aar.org/PubCommon/Documents/AboutTheIndustry/RRState_TX.pdf Railroad Service in Texas] " (PDF). Retrieved May 19 2005.
* Fitzgerald, Ken (July 2005), "Carriers revive ex-Santa Fe line to open a U.S.-Mexico gateway", "Trains Magazine", p 18-19.
* (February 2002), Southwestern grows larger, "Trains Magazine", p. 20-21.
* Moody's Steam Railroads 1949 Edition by John Moody, published by Moody's Investor Service.


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