ⓘ Kansas Southern Railway. The Kansas Southern Railway operated from December 11, 2000 until 2002 as a subcontractor of the V&S Railway. It operated on about ..

                                     

ⓘ Kansas Southern Railway

The Kansas Southern Railway operated from December 11, 2000 until 2002 as a subcontractor of the V&S Railway. It operated on about 43 miles of track between Attica, Kansas, and Sun City, Kansas. It interchanged with the BNSF Railway and operated three weekly freight trains over the entire line.

                                     
  • The Kansas City Southern Railway Company reporting mark KCS is an American class I railroad owned by Kansas City Southern KCS Founded in 1887, it
  • Southern Railway Depot Many, Louisiana Kansas City Southern Depot Vivian, Louisiana Kansas City Southern Depot, Zwolle, Louisiana Kansas City Southern Railway
  • 1905, by the Kansas City Southern Railway and was closed in 1983. The bridge s rails are cut off at each end. It survived the 1951 Kansas City flood.
  • Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, Kansas City Southern KCS NYSE: KSU is a transportation holding company with railroad investments in the United
  • The Kansas City Terminal Railway reporting mark KCT is a Class III terminal railroad that serves as a joint operation of the trunk railroads that serve
  • Kansas City Southern de Mexico KCSM formerly Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicana TFM is the name of a company dedicated to freight transportation
  • The Kansas City Southern Bonnet Carre Spillway Bridge is a bridge that carries a Kansas City Southern Railway rail line over the Bonnet Carre Spillway
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  • Kansas City Southern may refer to: Kansas City Southern Railway Kansas City Southern company the parent company of the railway
  • roof and Mediterranean styling. It was built in 1920 by the Kansas City Southern Railway to designs by the company architect, T. C. Horstmann, and is