Adrian and Blissfield Rail Road

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Adrian and Blissfield Rail Road
Reporting mark ADBF
Locale Lenawee County, Michigan
Dates of operation 1991–
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Length 20 miles
Headquarters Westland, Michigan

The Adrian and Blissfield Rail Road Company (reporting mark ADBF) is a Class III short line railroad which operates 20 miles (32 km) of railroad track between Adrian and Riga, in Lenawee County, Michigan. It was incorporated February 6, 1991, with company headquarters in Westland, Michigan. It also operates Lapeer Industrial Railroad, Charlotte Southern Railroad, Detroit Connecting Railroad, and Jackson & Lansing Railroad.

ADBF's railroad line is one of the oldest operating in the United States, having been originally built in 1834 by the Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad.

ADBF also operates a dinner train known as "The Old Road Dinner Train" in Blissfield, and a sister company operates in Charlotte.


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