Kansas City Southern

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Landon H. Rowland - References
... Kansas City Southern Historical Society, The Kansas City Southern Lines ... Deramus IV President of Kansas City Southern Railway 1990 – 1991 Succeeded by George W ...
Shortline Railroad - Classes - Class I - Current Class I Criteria
... Railway Canadian Pacific Railway CSX Transportation Norfolk Southern Railway United States, with no trackage in Canada or Mexico Union Pacific Railroad Trackage in both the United States and Mexico Kansas City ...
List Of Cities Served By Kansas City Southern
... Kansas City Southern is the parent company of many railroads and railroad related companies ... KCS three main subsidiares are The Kansas City Southern Railway, Kansas City Southern de México, and The Panama Canal Railway Company ...
December 2005 In Rail Transport - December Events - December 4 - December 10
... The southern route is favored for an eventual connection to the Persian Gulf, but political instability may hamper that expansion ... December 6 - Kansas City Southern Industries (KCSI), owner of both Kansas City Southern Railroad (KCS) and Grupo Transportación Ferroviaria Mexicana (TFM), renames TFM to Kansas City ... Light Railway extension to London City Airport opens ...

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