Seaboard Coast Line Railroad

The Seaboard Coast Line Railroad (reporting mark SCL) was a former Class I railroad company operating in the Southeastern United States beginning in 1967. Its passenger operations were taken over by Amtrak in 1971. Eventually the railroad was merged with its affiliate lines to create the Seaboard System in 1983.

At the end of 1970 SCL operated 9230 miles of railroad, not including A&WP-Clinchfield-CN&L-GM-Georgia-L&N-Carrollton; that year it reported 31293 million ton-miles of revenue freight and 512 million passenger-miles.

Read more about Seaboard Coast Line Railroad:  History, Motive Power, Divisions

Other articles related to "seaboard coast line railroad, coasts, coast, seaboard":

Seaboard Coast Line Railroad - Divisions
... Jacksonville Tampa Waycross Florence Rocky Mount Savannah Raleigh CN L GM Railroad. ...
USS Virginia (BB-13) - Pre-World War I
... During the course of the voyage, the ships called at ports along both coasts of South America on the west coast of the United States at Hawaii in the Philippines Japan China and in Ceylon ... next year and three months operating off the eastern seaboard of the United States, ranging from the southern drill grounds, off the Virginia Capes, to Newport ... Virginia maintained her routine of operations off the eastern seaboard—occasionally ranging into Cuban waters for regularly scheduled fleet evolutions in tactics and ...

Famous quotes containing the words railroad, line and/or coast:

    I was the conductor of the Underground Railroad for eight years, and I can say what most conductors can’t say—I never ran my train off the track and I never lost a passenger.
    Harriet Tubman (1821–1913)

    There’s something like a line of gold thread running through a man’s words when he talks to his daughter, and gradually over the years it gets to be long enough for you pick up in your hands and weave into a cloth that feels like love itself. It’s another thing, though, to hold up that cloth for inspection.
    John Gregory Brown (20th century)

    Beyond this island bound
    By a thin sea of flesh
    And a bone coast ...
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)