Railroad Newsline for Thursday, 02/07/08
Author: Larry W. Grant
Date: 02-06-2008 - 20:23






Railroad Newsline for Thursday, February 07, 2008

Compiled by Larry W. Grant

In Memory of Rob Carlson, 1952 2006






RAIL NEWS




BNSF ISSUES SERVICE ADVISORY REGARDING SEVERE WEATHER AT MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE

[domino.bnsf.com]




CN EXECUTIVES MISS OUT ON ANNUAL BONUSES; DESPITE RECORD PROFIT, 'THE FACT OF THE MATTER IS THAT WE SIMPLY DIDN'T MAKE OUT TARGET NUMBERS'

[www.theglobeandmail.com]




WISCONSIN'S AGRICULTURE SECRETARY SAYS PROPOSED RAIL MERGER COULD AFFECT STATE AG BUSINESS

[www.wisconsinagconnection.com]




DETECTIVES WONDER IF UTAH TEEN STRUCK BY TRAIN WAS LISTENING TO AN iPOD

[www.sltrib.com]




AURORA IRKED BY PENDING RAIL SALE; NOISE, TRAFFIC CONGESTION AMONG CITY'S KEY CONCERNS

[www.chicagotribune.com]




GREENBRIER SHARES HIGHER; ACKNOWLEDGES ICAHN STAKE

[money.cnn.com]




KEEPING RAIL ARTIFACTS IN DENISON, TEXAS

[www.kxii.com]




FRANKFORT, ILLINOIS PREPARES FOR EJ&E SALE

[www.suburbanchicagonews.com]




BUSH BUDGET: AMTRAK DOWN, TRANSIT UP

[www.courierpostonline.com]




ARSON SUSPECTED IN EL PASO RAILROAD YARD FIRE

[www.elpasotimes.com]




BNSF RECEIVES AMERICAN CHEMISTRY COUNCIL'S RESPONSIBLE CARE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM(R) CERTIFICATION

[money.cnn.com]




CN AGAIN PUSHING SAFE SNOWMOBILING

[www.fftimes.com]




LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, THE (SUBURBAN CHICAGO) DAILY HERALD:

EXPANDED RAILWAY USE WOULD HURT AREA

And:

SUPPORTS MERGER OF CN AND EJ&E

[www.dailyherald.com]




MAN ESCAPES INJURY AFTER HIS VEHICLE COLLIDES WITH TRAIN; DRIVER CITED FOR BREAKING TRAFFIC LAWS

[www.startribune.com]




LETTER TO THE EDITOR, THE CONCORD (NH) MONITOR: FORGET THE TRUCKS

[www.cmonitor.com]




TRAIN SHOW MODELS AMERICA'S PAST (With photo)

[www.democratandchronicle.com]




FRA PROVIDES ANOTHER RRIF LOAN, SURPASSES ANOTHER TRACK INSPECTION MILESTONE

[www.progressiverailroading.com]




140 YEARS OF RAILROAD HISTORY IN EAST AURORA, NEW YORK (With photo)

[www.zwire.com]




TELEVISION REVIEW, THE BOSTON GLOBE: ENGINEERED TO MOVE PEOPLE WITH BEAUTY (With photo)

[www.boston.com]




RAIL TO THE GRANITE MOUNTAIN

[www.timesargus.com]




AMID RECESSION WOES, MODEL TRAIN COMPANY EXPANDING IN FLORIDA

[www.news-journalonline.com]




FRANCE UNVEILS ITS LATEST HIGH SPEED TRAIN

[www.telegraph.co.uk]




DERAILED TRAIN IN CHINA DESTROYS HOUSES, KILLS SIX

[www.reuters.com]




TRANSIT NEWS




DART RESUMES REGULAR RAIL SERVICE NEAR DOWNTOWN DALLAS

[www.dallasnews.com]




CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY TO COMPLETE ESCALATOR RENOVATIONS IN 2008

[www.chicagotribune.com]




BRAKE PROBLEM HALTS TRAX TRAIN AT SALT LAKE CITY'S COURTHOUSE STATION

[www.sltrib.com]




BRING BACK ROMANCE, ADVENTURE OF THE RAILS; LET'S PUT DOWN TRACK ON INTERSTATE MEDIAN, OR REVIVE INTERURBAN

[www.pal-item.com]




MOVIN' ON DOWN THE LINE

[www.suburbanchicagonews.com]




UC BERKELEY PROFESSOR HIT AND KILLED BY BART TRAIN IN APPARENT SUICIDE

[www.mercurynews.com]




KANSAS CITY MAYOR PROPOSES NEW LEGISLATION FOR HIS REGIONAL LIGHT RAIL APPROACH

[primebuzz.kcstar.com]




FINES AWAIT CHARLOTTE LIGHT-RAIL FREELOADERS

[news14.com]




THE END





Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Railroad Newsline for Thursday, 02/07/08 Larry W. Grant 02-06-2008 - 20:23
  Re: Railroad Newsline for Thursday, 02/07/08 Jim Fitzgerald 02-07-2008 - 14:12
  Re: Railroad Newsline for Thursday, 02/07/08 Bruce Kelly 02-07-2008 - 14:29
  Re: Railroad Newsline for Thursday, 02/07/08 Jim Fitzgerald 02-08-2008 - 14:43


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