Rail Companies

Some articles on rail companies, companies, rail:

Rail Transport In South Korea - History - Private Rail Companies
... Most railways were operated by private companies until 1946 when all the railroads except trams were nationalised under the rule of, in case of South Korea, U.S ... By the end of 1960s, all the tram companies were demised so there were no private rail companies left ... private railway lines in South Korea, though generally all rail companies except Korail and rapid transit companies under full control of local governments can be considered private sector ...
Euro Night
... and international night train services within the Western and Central European inter-city rail network ... nationally) and are jointly operated by various national rail companies, with many rail companies sharing cars on the route ... EN trains have special criteria that rail companies must match in order to receive the EN designation ...
History Of Rail Transport In France - Government Intervention
... It aided the companies by having the department of the Ponts et Chaussées do most of the planning and engineering work for new lines ... The private companies would then furnish the tracks, stations and rolling stock, as well as pay the operating costs ... The most successful companies, especially the Compagnie du Nord, would often build their own lines themselves in order to avoid the complications of going through government ...
4th Arkansas Infantry Regiment - Battles
... Companies C and D of the 4th Arkansas formed one company, under the company of Captain Coatney ... Companies F G H and I of the same regiment into one company, under the command of Captain Lavender ... All companies of the 31st were consolidated into two companies ...

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