Great Northern Railway
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Great Northern Railway may refer to:
- Great Northern Railway of Canada
- Great Northern Railway (Great Britain)
- Thameslink and Great Northern, a current operator of trains on this route
- Great Northern Railway (Ireland)
- Great Northern Railway (U.S.), now part of the BNSF Railway system
- Great Northern Railway (Queensland) in Australia
- Great Northern Rail Services in Victoria, Australia
- Central Australia Railway was known as the great Northern Railway in the 1890s in South Australia
- Houston and Great Northern Railroad, predecessor of the International - Great Northern RR, in Texas, U.S.
- International – Great Northern Railroad in Texas, U.S., now part of the Union Pacific Railroad
- Kingston Branch (New Zealand) in Southland
- Main North railway line, New South Wales (Australia)
- Main North Line, New Zealand and Waiau Branch in Canterbury
- Mobile and Great Northern Railroad in Alabama, U.S.
- New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern in Louisiana and Mississippi, U.S., now part of the Canadian National Railway (freight transport) and Amtrak (passenger service) systems
- Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad, operating in Wisconsin, U.S., since 1997
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