ⓘ Aberdeen, Carolina and Western Railway. The Aberdeen, Carolina and Western Railway is a short-line railroad running from Aberdeen to Star, North Carolina. It wa ..

                                     

ⓘ Aberdeen, Carolina and Western Railway

The Aberdeen, Carolina and Western Railway is a short-line railroad running from Aberdeen to Star, North Carolina. It was incorporated in 1987 and operates on a former Norfolk Southern Railway branch line. It also leases track from Norfolk Southern between Charlotte and Gulf, North Carolina. It serves approximately 18 industries, mainly dealing in forest and agricultural products.

                                     
  • The Aberdeen and Briar Patch Railway reporting mark ABPR was a short - line railroad which operated in North Carolina The company operated a former Norfolk
  • Solution M.P. 00 Aberdeen North Carolina - interchange with CSX former SAL and Aberdeen Carolina and Western Railway ACWR and NS former Southern
  • North Carolina Aberdeen Carolina and Western Railway ACWR Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad AR Alexander Railroad ARC Atlantic and Western Railway ATW
  • Tennessee - Tombigbee Waterway Aberdeen Carolina and Western Railway a short - line railroad operating in North Carolina Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad, a short - line
  • Aberdeen Subdivision is a railroad line owned by CSX Transportation in North Carolina The line runs along CSX s S Line from Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Aberdeen is now the Aberdeen Carolina and Western Railway the part from Edenton north to Norfolk is now the Chesapeake and Albemarle Railroad, and
  • point between the Norfolk Southern Railway and the Aberdeen Carolina and Western Railway The Haughton - McIver House and Marion Jasper Jordan Farm are listed
  • and in between with NS at Lexington and Whitney, the subsidiary High Point, Thomasville and Denton Railroad at High Rock, and the Aberdeen Carolina and
  • by the Aberdeen Carolina and Western Railway to the north, traveling between Charlotte to Aberdeen North Carolina and Gulf, North Carolina Residents
  • conglomeration of two previous railroads built by the Page family of Aberdeen North Carolina at the turn of the 20th century. The railroad ran 56 miles 90 km