ⓘ Indiana Hi-Rail Corporation was a railroad which operated lines in the U.S. states of Indiana, Illinois and Ohio. It ceased operations after it was declared ban ..

                                     

ⓘ Indiana Hi-Rail Corporation

Indiana Hi-Rail Corporation was a railroad which operated lines in the U.S. states of Indiana, Illinois and Ohio. It ceased operations after it was declared bankrupt in 1997. The railroad was known for its extensive use of locomotives built by the American Locomotive Company.

                                     
  • line in Bluffton. It began operations in 1997, replacing the Indiana Hi - Rail Corporation on an ex - Toledo, St. Louis and Western Railroad line. The line
  • Illinois Central sold off the line south of Browns, Illinois, to Indiana Hi - Rail Corporation the line went through a succession of operators, all of which
  • 5th District from New Haven, Indiana to Toledo, Ohio, and was latterly part of the bankrupt Indiana Hi - Rail Corporation The line between Defiance, Ohio
  • ICRK Indiana Rail Road INRD Indiana Eastern Railroad IERR Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad IHB Indiana Northeastern Railroad IN Indiana and Ohio
  • Research Center at the University of Minnesota in the United States Indiana Hi - Rail Corporation defunct railroad company of the United States International
  • Station was sold to Indiana Hi - Rail Corporation in 1981. The present Whitewater Valley Railroad was formed as a not - for - profit corporation in 1972, and began
  • IHAU - Ihora Chemical Industrial IHB - Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad IHCU - IHRC - Indiana Hi - Rail Corporation IHSX - Alberni Pacific Railway Western
  • Railway Georgia and Alabama Railroad Great Walton Railroad Indiana Hi - Rail Corporation Indiana Rail Road North Carolina and Virginia Railroad Ogeechee Railway
  • GSNX - Gulf States Utilities Company, Helm Financial Corporation GSOR - Indiana Hi - Rail Corporation GSPX - Great Southern Plywood Company GSRX - Golden
  • The Hi - Level was a type of bilevel intercity railroad passenger car used in the United States. The Budd Company designed it in the 1950s for the Atchison
  • Pacific Railway CNTP Northern Ohio and Western Railway NOW Ohi - Rail Corporation OHIC Ohio Central Railroad OHCR Ohio South Central Railroad OSCR
  • the automobile industry, and a manufacturer of stainless steel passenger rail cars, airframes, missile and space vehicles, and various defense products