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Mackeys, North Carolina - Railroad History
... The Norfolk Southern Railway ran through Mackeys since the turn of the 20th century ... The trains used meet back in Mackeys and then go their ways towards Raleigh via Plymouth or Norfolk via Edenton and Elizabeth City ... In 1910 the Norfolk Southern Railroad built a wooden trestle bridging the 5.05mi from Mackeys to Edenton ...
List Of Crossings Of The Schuylkill River - Crossings - Chester County – Montgomery County
75.46139 (Rail bridge) Former Reading Perkiomen Branch, now part of Norfolk Southern Devault Secondary, currently inactive as a branch Dam Island and Oaks 40°07′44″N 75°28′17″W / 40.12889°N ...
LYNX Blue Line - Future Expansion - Planned - Red Line
... (40 km) commuter rail line, to be constructed along existing Norfolk Southern tracks and intended to provide service to the towns of Huntersville, Cornelius and Davidson in northern Mecklenburg County ... will be serviced by Diesel Multiple Unit trains, and the southern terminus will be the proposed Gateway Station in Uptown Charlotte ... the project had been 90% designed and an operating agreement had been signed with Norfolk Southern, but the project lacked nearly 80% of the needed funds to begin construction ...
LYNX Purple Line
... as a commuter rail line between Mount Mourne in southern Iredell County and the proposed Gateway Station in Uptown Charlotte ... It is proposed to follow a northerly path along the existing Norfolk Southern O Line right-of-way, roughly paralleling North Graham Street and North Carolina Highway 115, as it extends through north Mecklenburg County ... and an operating agreement was signed with Norfolk Southern, but the project lacked nearly 80% of the needed funds to begin construction ...
LYNX Red Line
... Line, or North Corridor, would serve as a commuter rail line between Mount Mourne in southern Iredell County and the proposed Gateway Station in Uptown Charlotte ... It is proposed to follow a northerly path along the existing Norfolk Southern O Line right-of-way, roughly paralleling North Graham Street and North Carolina Highway 115, as it extends through north ... had been 90% designed and an operating agreement was signed with Norfolk Southern, but the project lacked nearly 80% of the needed funds to begin construction ...

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