Baton Rouge Southern Railroad

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Baton Rouge Southern Railroad
Type Railroad
Industry Transportation
Founded November 11, 2008
Headquarters Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Products Plastic, chemicals, bauxite, plastic pellets, raw coke and calcined coke
Employees 21
Parent {Watco Companies}
Website {{http://www.watcocompanies.com/Railroads/BRS/BRS%20main%20page.htm}}

The Baton Rouge Southern Railroad, abbreviated BRS, was founded in November 2008. The main objective of the 1.5-mile railroad is to provide cars and transloading services to local businesses. It also serves as a switching and car storage facility for the Kansas City Southern. It holds an advantageous location close to the port of Allen, Louisiana. It is owned by Watco Companies. [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Baton Rouge Southern Railroad". Watco Companies. Retrieved July 19, 2012.