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Paducah & Louisville
By Charles Buccola A regional's song of success is in the key of 'C' Taking root in Texas By Ken Fitzgerald How one man planted his feet in East Texas to grow his short line Rolling toward a smarter future By Jeffrey R. Richardson The City of Prineville Railway risked abandonment, but the townspeople found new traffic sources and turned it around Those who derail ... By Paul Baumgartner A good day on the railroad can go bad in a matter of seconds Map of the Month: What ever happened to the Santa Fe? By Bill Metzger One of the West's most colorful railroads lives on as BNSF Railway's Transcon corridor A lesson at Lucinda By J. David Ingles Shipping lumber by rail to Lucinda, Pa., was a testament to railroading's advantages Born in the USA By Scott A. Hartley Grafton & Upton operates one of the last American-built Fs in freight service Six-axle short line By Dale W. Woodland A Pennsylvania short line dodges commuter trains, connects to two other short lines, and runs six-axle units in Rio Grande colors In My Own Words: Old habits die hard By Charles H. Geletzke One engineer's passion for GP9s makes him wonder if this will be his last trip in its cab
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