Railroad Newsline for Thursday, 06/26/08
Author: Larry W. Grant
Date: 06-25-2008 - 20:01






Railroad Newsline for Thursday, June 26, 2008

Compiled by Larry W. Grant

In Memory of Rob Carlson, 1952 2006






RAIL NEWS:




BNSF UPDATES ADIVISORY REAGARDING INTERMODAL SERVICE IN AND OUT OF OMAHA, NEBRASKA HUB

[domino.bnsf.com]




STEAMED: AFTER SEVEN YEARS, ENGINE 29 BACK ON THE VIRGINIA & TRUCKEE TRACKS (With photo)

[www.nevadaappeal.com]




FLOOD DAMAGED WISCONSIN RAILROAD TRACKS CALLED 'UNPRECEDENTED' (With video)

[www.wkowtv.com]




AMTRAK RESTORES SOME SERVICE

[www.sacbee.com]




FIRE OUT AT ADA, LOUISIANA DERAILMENT SITE, CLEANUP UNDERWAY (With video)

[www.ktbs.com]




BLOOD-ALCOHOL LEVEL OF GREAT LAKES RECRUIT FATALLY STRUCK BY TRAIN WAS THREE TIMES LEGAL LIMIT, AUTHORITIES SAY

[www.chicagotribune.com]




UNION PACIFIC AND NORFOLK SOUTHERN INTRODUCE NEW AUTOMOTIVE CO-LOADING SERVICE

[www.uprr.com]




BNSF READY FOR HARVEST SEASON

[www.minotdailynews.com]




NEAR MISS WITH TRAIN IN IOWA LEADS TO MULTIPLE CHARGES

[www.spencerdailyreporter.com]




ILLINOIS EXHIBIT DISPLAYS STRIKING PICTURES OF RAILWAY TOWER OPERATORS

[www.herald-review.com]




FREIGHT CAR DERAILS, CLOSES KANE COUNTY, ILLINOIS CROSSINGS

[www.dailyherald.com]




POLICE CONDUCT RAILROAD SAFETY SWEEP IN EUGENE, OREGON

[www.kval.com]




SHORT-LINE CREDIT EXTENSION PASSES HOUSE, STALLS IN SENATE

[www.progressiverailroading.com]




SIOUX CITY, IOWA COUNCIL APPROVES RAIL STUDY

[www.siouxcityjournal.com]




COULD NEW BRAUNFELS TRAIN HORNS BE SILENCED?

[herald-zeitung.com]




AUTHOR TELLS OF CENTRAL ILLINOIS AREA'S RICH RAILROADING PAST

[www.herald-review.com]




OLD DINING CAR MOVED TO GLOSTER, MISSISSIPPI GEORGIA-PACIFIC PLANT

[www.wxvt.com]




THAMES RIVER AMTRAK RAILROAD BRIDGE SPAN REMOVED (With photo and time lapse video)

[www.theday.com]

And:

FERRY SCHEDULE CHANGES DUE TO AMTRAK CONSTRUCTION

[www.blockislandtimes.com]




CSX, TCI FIGHT MEANS RISING FREIGHT RATES, BUYBACKS

[www.bloomberg.com]




'PROFESSIONALS' BLAMED IN FAYETTE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA RAIL THEFT

[www.pittsburghlive.com]




OHIO MEN ACCUSED OF STEALING RAILROAD TRACK FOR SCRAP

[www.ohio.com]




SUSSEX COUNTY, VIRGINIA: TRESPASSING NUMBER 1 CAUSE OF DEATH ON RAILS

[www.styleweekly.com]




BELLEVUE, OHIO: DREAMS REMAIN ON TRACK (With photos)

[www.thenews-messenger.com]




AMTRAK'S NEW POPULARITY TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING

[www.projo.com]




OHIO VOLUNTEERS REASSEMBLE OLD JENNINGS DEPOT

[www.delphosherald.com]




RAIL PLAN FOR NEW YORK

[www.wbng.com]




CATERPILLAR TO ACQUIRE BRAZILIAN TRAIN-COMPONENT MAKER

[www.dailyherald.com]




MOSCOW TO VLADIVOSTOK BY TRAIN

[www.guardian.co.uk]




IN-HOUSE TRAIN SERVES BEIJING MALL SHOPPERS (With photo)

[news.xinhuanet.com]




TRANSIT NEWS:




DART DEBUTS SUPER-LIGHT-RAIL VEHICLES

[charlotte.bizjournals.com]




METRA TRAIN HITS, KILLS WOMAN NEAR EDGEBROOK STATION IN CHICAGO -- SUICIDE SUSPECTED; ANOTHER WOMAN INJURED BY CTA BROWN LINE TRAIN

[www.chicagotribune.com]




PROBLEMS FOUND IN DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT EMPLOYEES' JEWELRY PURCHASE PROGRAM

[www.dallasnews.com]




PORTLAND CITY COUNCIL LIKES NEW BRIDGE WITH LIGHT RAIL

[www.oregonlive.com]




RAIL RUNNER EXPANSION ON TRACK FOR DECEMBER FINISH (With video)

[kob.com]




COMMUTER RAIL IN FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS STUCK AT THE STATION (With video)

[www.khou.com]




ST. PAUL'S HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCHES FEAR LIGHT RAIL'S IMPACT (With map)

[www.twincities.com]




HARRISON, NEW YORK AND METRO-NORTH RAILROAD HOST OPEN HOUSE ON TRAIN STATION DEVELOPMENT

[lohud.com]




MARTA OFFICIALS COURT SUPPORTERS IN GWINNETT COUNTY; QUESTION ON TAX FOR RAIL LINE TO GO BEFORE VOTERS IN JULY 15 PRIMARY

[www.ajc.com]




DOWNED TREE DELAYS MBTA COMMUTER TRAINS (With photo)

[www.wickedlocal.com]




THE END





Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Railroad Newsline for Thursday, 06/26/08 Larry W. Grant 06-25-2008 - 20:01
  Re: Railroad Newsline for Thursday, 06/26/08 Cordes 06-26-2008 - 10:19
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