Wisconsin Central

Wisconsin Central could refer to:

  • Wisconsin Central Railroad (1871–1899), Wisconsin Central Railway (1897–1954), and Wisconsin Central Railroad (1954–1961), successive names for a predecessor of the Soo Line
  • Wisconsin Central Ltd., regional railroad acquired by the Canadian National Railway in 2001
    • Wisconsin Central Transportation, parent of the above

Other articles related to "wisconsin central, central, wisconsin":

Soo Line Railroad - History
... Marie Railroad and Wisconsin Central Railroad into, and renamed it to the present name, Soo Line Railroad ... Division (LSTD) on February 10, 1986 to operate the less-important lines, including the ex-Wisconsin Central line between Chicago and the Twin Cities ... (3,200 km) LSTD to a new regional railroad, Wisconsin Central Ltd ...
Grand Trunk Corporation
... properties Grand Trunk Western, Central Vermont Railway and the Duluth, Winnipeg and Pacific Railway in December 1971, and has since acquired other companies, mostly through ... Company Acquired from Date Notes Algoma Central Railway WC 02001-01-012001 Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad GLT 02004-01-012004 Cedar River Railroad IC 01999-01-011999 Chicago Central and Pacific ... GLT 02004-01-012004 Illinois Central Railroad IC 01999-01-011999 Pittsburgh and Conneaut Dock Company GLT 02004-01-012004 Sault Ste ...
Wisconsin Central Ltd.
... Wisconsin Central Ltd ... At one time, its parent Wisconsin Central Transportation Corporation owned or operated railroads in the United States, Canada (Algoma Central Railway), the United Kingdom (E ...
Wisconsin Central Ltd. - Timeline
... to private investors, forming the new Wisconsin Central Transportation Corporation. 1987 The first WC train runs, from Stevens Point to North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin ... acquires New Zealand Rail Ltd through a new subsidiary, Wisconsin Central International, and renames it Tranz Rail in 1995 ...

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