List of Norfolk Southern Railway lines

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The Norfolk Southern Railway owns and operates a vast network of rail lines in the United States east of the Mississippi River. In addition to lines inherited from predecessor railroads, Norfolk and Western, and the Southern Railway, it acquired many lines as part of the split of the Conrail system in 1998.[1]

List of current lines[edit]

Line From To Notes
B-Line
R-Line
SB Line Kingville, SC Rock Hill, SC partly abandoned
SC Line Charleston, SC Columbia, SC
W Line Asheville, NC Columbia, SC includes the closed Saluda Grade
TR Line Hendersonville, NC Pisgah Forest, NC Ex-Southern line, branches off W Line at Hendersonville. Line sheltered in 2007. Original line went to Lake Toxaway, NC. Track removed from south switch at Pisgah Forest, NC, in 1984 to Rosman, NC. Through Brevard, Line inactive since 2007 due to Ecusta Paper leaving plant in Pisgah Forest, which was razed in 2004 and 2005, now being developed for housing.
East River District Bluefield, WV Walton, VA
Forrest District-C Line Bement, IL Gibson City, IL Formerly Wabash 6th, 7th and 8th Districts, which ran from Chicago (Dearborn Station) to Effingham, IL. C Line partially abandoned from Manhattan, IL to Gibson City, IL and completely abandoned from Bement, Il to Effingham, IL. Currently operated, along with the Peoria District-SP line as the Bloomington District of the Illinois Division.
Peoria District-SP Line Gibson City, IL Peoria, IL

Central Division[edit]

District From To Notes
First District — CNO&TP (or simply First District) Cincinnati, OH Danville, KY Owned by Cincinnati Southern Railway and leased to Norfolk Southern's Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway subsidiary
Second District — CNO&TP (or simply Second District) Danville, KY Oakdale, TN Owned by Cincinnati Southern Railway and leased to Norfolk Southern's Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway subsidiary
Third District — CNO&TP (or simply Third District) Oakdale, TN Chattanooga, TN Owned by Cincinnati Southern Railway and leased to Norfolk Southern's Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway subsidiary
Cincinnati District
Appalachia District
Louisville District Louisville, KY Burnside, KY
Knoxville District — River Line (or simply River Line; part of the Knoxville District, a rail corridor)
Knoxville District — BL Line (or simply BL Line; part of the Knoxville District, a rail corridor)
Knoxville District — Oakdale Line (or simply Oakdale Line; part of the Knoxville District, a rail corridor)
Knoxville District — Jellico Line (or simply Jellico Line; part of the Knoxville District, a rail corridor)
Knoxville District — Bristol Line (or simply Bristol Line; part of the Knoxville District, a rail corridor)
Knoxville District — K&A Line (or simply K&A Line; part of the Knoxville District, a rail corridor)
Knoxville District — Coster Line (or simply Coster Line; part of the Knoxville District, a rail corridor)
Knoxville District — Middlesboro Line (or simply Middlesboro Line; part of the Knoxville District, a rail corridor)
Knoxville District — Appolo Branch (or simply Appolo Branch; part of the Knoxville District, a rail corridor)
Knoxville District — Bell County Branch (or simply Bell County Branch; part of the Knoxville District, a rail corridor)
Knoxville District — West End (or simply West End; part of the Knoxville District, a rail corridor)
New River Railway Branch
Harriman and Northeastern Railway owned lines Owned by Harriman and Northeastern Railway, the Harriman and Northeastern is owned by Norfolk Southern under its Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway subsidiary
EG Line
Blair Bend Branch
Knoxville Terminal
Chattanooga Terminal
Cincinnati Terminal
Danville Terminal
Louisville Terminal

See Central Division Track Chart, 2007.

Illinois Division[edit]

District From To Notes
Lafayette District/D Line Decatur, IL Peru, IN
Frankfort Branch
Bloomington District
Mansfield Branch
Decatur Terminal
Springfield-Hannibal District/DH and H Lines Moberly, MO Decatur, IL
Meredosia Branch
Meredosia Branch
Brooklyn District Mitchell, IL Decatur, IL
Madison Branch
Monterey Branch
Alton District (T&E-Line) (or T&E Line; part of the Alton District, a rail corridor)
Alton District (A&E-Line) (or A&E Line; part of the Alton District, a rail corridor)
V&C Belt District
St. Louis District Moberly, MO Louisville, KY
Kansas City Terminal Area
Kansas City District Kansas City, MO Moberly, MO
Des Moines Terminal
Southern-East District
Southern-West District
Cairo Branch
Evansville Branch
Rockport Branch
Yankeetown Branch

Dearborn Division[edit]

District From To Notes
Chicago Line Cleveland, OH Chicago Former NYC Mainline
Cloggsville Line
Kankakee Line Former NYC Illinois Division/Kankakee Belt Route
Kankakee Branch
Miami Cut Branch and Oakdale Connecting Track (formerly Oakdale Connection)
Toledo Belt Connecting Track
Randall Industrial Track (commonly abbreviated as Randall I.T.)
Lansing Secondary
Stanley Secondary
CR&I Industrial Track (removed from timetable) Chicago Chicago Former Chicago Junction Railway
Chicago District Supplement
Lake Erie District Supplement—Lake Division
Calumet River Industrial Track (removed from timetable) Chicago Chicago Former Calumet River Railway; later South Chicago and Southern Railroad
Detroit Line Toledo, OH Gibraltar, MI Former NYC
Kalamazoo Branch Elkhart, IN Grand Rapids, MI Currently leased to the Grand Elk Railroad
Michigan Line Dearborn, MI Kalamazoo, MI Former NYC
Toledo District Bellevue, OH Toledo, OH Former W&LE

See Dearborn Division Track Chart, 2008.

Georgia Division[edit]

District From To Notes
Albany District Macon, GA Albany, GA
Atlanta North District Chattanooga, TN Atlanta, GA From DeButts Yard in Chatt. to Inman Yard in Atlanta
Atlanta South District Atlanta, GA Macon, GA Also known as the 'H' Line
Augusta District Millen, GA Augusta, GA Former CG rail line and was called Augusta District under CG Ownership.[2] The line branches off Savannah District at Millen.
Brunswick District Macon, GA Brunswick, GA
Camak District Wayneboro, GA Warrenton, GA Has trackage rights on CSX Warrenton, GA to Camak, GA
Cohutta District (or I Line by local railfans) Cleveland, TN Cohutta, GA From Cleveland Yard to connection with Atlanta North District. It was part of the East Tennessee & Georgia Railroad
Columbus District Fort Valley, GA Columbus, GA
Dothan District Albany, GA Dothan, AL Ex-Central of Georgia; Line from Hilton to Dothan sold to Chattahoochee and Gulf Railroad in 2003; Line from Albany to Hilton sold to Hilton and Albany Railroad in 2011.
Dublin District Tennille, GA Dublin, GA Branch off Savannah District at Tennille
Eatonton District Gordon, GA Eatonton, GA Branch off Savannah District at Gordon
Fairbanks District
Greenwood District
Griffin District Atlanta, GA Macon, GA Also known as the 'S' Line
Krannert District Rome, GA Krannert, GA
Macon District Macon, GA Valdosta, GA Norfolk Southern's main line to Florida
Madison District
Moores District
Navair District
Norcross District Norcross, GA Atlanta, GA Continues into Piedmont Division
Savannah District Macon, GA Savannah, GA Former CG rail line and was called Savannah District under CG Ownership.[3]
Dillard Yard
Thomaston District Barnesville, GA Thomaston, GA
Valdosta District Valdosta, GA Jacksonville, FL

See Georgia Division Track Chart, 2002.

Alabama Division[edit]

District From To Notes
East End District
NA/West End District
Berry Branch
3-B North District
3-B South District
Central of Georgia District A former Central of Georgia Railway line
Anniston District
M&G District
AGS North District Ownership under Norfolk Southern's Alabama Great Southern Railroad subsidiary
AGS South District Ownership under Norfolk Southern's Alabama Great Southern Railroad subsidiary
N.O & N.E. District Ownership under Norfolk Southern's Alabama Great Southern Railroad subsidiary, a former New Orleans and Northeastern Railroad line.
Mahrt District (also known as Mahrt Branch)
Cedartown District Former CG line and was called Cedartown District under CG ownership.[4]
Memphis District — East End (part of the Memphis District, a rail corridor)
Memphis District — West End (part of the Memphis District, a rail corridor)
Memphis District — IC District (or IC District; part of the Memphis District, a rail corridor)
Greenville District (Alabama Division version)
Autauga Creek District
Demopolis District
Sheffield Terminal
Birmingham Terminal — Ensley Branch (or simply Ensley Branch, only property of the Birmingham Terminal)
New Orleans Terminal — Black Belt Line (or simply Black Belt Line, part of New Orleans Terminal)
New Orleans Terminal — Chalmette Branch, Louisiana Southern Branch (or simply Chalmette Branch and Louisiana Southern Branch, part of New Orleans Terminal)
New Orleans Terminal — Toca Branch (or simply Toca Branch, part of New Orleans Terminal)

See Alabama Division Employee Timetables, 2008.

Harrisburg Division[edit]

District From To Notes
Ashmore Secondary M&H Junction, PA Ashmore, PA Former LV
Buffalo Line Buffalo, NY Rockville, PA Former PRR
C&F Secondary Alburtis, PA Seiple, PA Former RDG
Cement Secondary Bethlehem, PA Stockertown, PA Former LNE
Columbia Secondary Lancaster, PA Columbia, PA Former PRR
Corning Secondary Lyons, NY Corning, NY Former NYC
Dale Secondary (part of the Trenton Cutoff, a rail corridor) Norristown, PA Glenloch, PA The Dale Secondary is part of a rail corridor called the Trenton Cutoff. The Trenton Cutoff opened as a rail line until it was split into two tracks: Dale Secondary and Morrisville Line, becoming a rail corridor. The Trenton Cutoff is a former PRR property.
Delmarva Secondary (part of the Delmarva Business Unit, a rail corridor) Newark, DE Pocomoke City, MD Former PRR. Section between Porter, DE and Pocomoke City, MD leased to Delmarva Central Railroad in 2016.
Harrisburg Line Philadelphia, PA Harrisburg, PA Former RDG
Hudson Secondary Campbell Hall, NY Warwick, NY Former LHR; leased to NYSW
Indian River Secondary (part of the Delmarva Business Unit, a rail corridor) Harrington, DE Frankford, DE Former PRR. Leased to Delmarva Central Railroad in 2016.
Ithaca Secondary Waverly, NY Ithaca, NY Former LV
Lake Erie District Buffalo, NY Blasdell, NY Former NKP. Line continues into Pittsburgh Division
Lehigh Line Manville, NJ M&H Junction, PA Former LV with former CNJ leased trackage. NS has access into the New Jersey Terminal area via the Conrail Lehigh Line, which is a continuation of this line.
Lehigh Secondary Mehoopany, PA Waverly, NY Former LV. Leased to Lehigh Railway.
Lititz Secondary Lancaster, PA Lititz, PA Former RDG
Lurgan Branch Harrisburg, PA Hagerstown, MD Former RDG and PRR
Morrisville Line (part of the Trenton Cutoff, a rail corridor) Morrisville, PA Norristown, PA The Morrisville Line is part of a rail corridor called the Trenton Cutoff. The Trenton Cutoff opened as a rail line until it was split into two tracks: Morrisville Line and Dale Secondary, becoming a rail corridor. The Trenton Cutoff is a former PRR property.
New Castle Secondary (part of the Delmarva Business Unit, a rail corridor) Wilmington, DE Porter, DE Former PRR
New Holland Secondary Lancaster, PA New Holland, PA Former PRR
Pittsburgh Line Harrisburg, PA Duncannon, PA Former PRR. Line continues into Pittsburgh Division
Port Road Branch Perryville, MD Marysville, PA Former PRR
Portland Secondary Easton, PA Portland, PA Former PRR and DLW
Pottsville Branch Reading, PA Muhlenberg Township, PA Former RDG
Reading Line Wyomissing, PA Bethlehem, PA Former RDG
Roxburg Secondary Harmony, NJ Roxburg, NJ Former PRR
Royalton Branch Shocks Mills, PA Harrisburg, PA Former PRR
Shellpot Secondary (part of the Delmarva Business Unit, a rail corridor) Wilmington, DE Newport, DE Former PRR
Shippensburg Secondary Wormleysburg, PA Carlisle, PA Former PRR
Southern Tier Line Binghamton, NY[5] Buffalo, NY Mostly a former Erie line. A small portion was DLW. The line continues as ex-Southern Tier Line trackage leased to NYS&W from Binghamton to Port Jervis, NY, ex-Southern Tier Line trackage leased to MNR from Suffern to Port Jervis for the Port Jervis Line service, and NJT Main Line to Hoboken, NJ. NS retains ownership from Binghamton to Suffern and retains trackage rights to Secaucus.
Stony Creek Branch Norristown, PA Lansdale, PA Former RDG
Stroudsburg Secondary Portland, PA Slateford, PA Former DLW
Sunbury Line Sunbury, PA Binghamton, NY Former DLW (mainline, includes Nicholson Cutoff) and former PRR (Wilkes-Barre Branch). Ownership of trackage later transferred to PC, EL, D&H and CPR.
Washington Secondary Phillipsburg, NJ Hackettstown, NJ Former DLW
Watsontown Secondary Watsontown, PA Strawberry Ridge, PA Former PRR
York Secondary York Haven, PA York, PA Former PRR
Morrisville Connecting Track
Wood Connecting Track
Norristown Line − SEPTA (or simply Norristown Line) Owned by SEPTA

See Harrisburg Division Track Chart, 2008.

Lake Division[edit]

District From To Notes
Cincinnati District Cincinnati, OH Portsmouth, OH Former NW
Cleveland District Bellevue, OH Cleveland, OH
Cleveland District/Fairlane Yard Cleveland, OH Cleveland, OH
Chicago District Chicago, IL Fort Wayne, IN Former N&W line and was called Chicago District under N&W ownership.[6]
Columbus District Portsmouth, OH Columbus, OH
Dayton District Columbus, OH Cincinnati, OH Former PRR and NYC
Fostoria District Fort Wayne, IN Bellevue, OH
Lima District Lima, OH Arcadia, OH
New Castle District Cincinnati, OH Fort Wayne, IN Former PRR and NKP
Sandusky District Columbus, OH Sandusky, OH Former NW
Toledo District Toledo, OH Bellevue, OH Former NW
Western Branch Bannon, OH Columbus, OH
Michigan City Branch Former N&W line and was previously known as Michigan City District under N&W ownership.[7]
Fort Wayne Terminal
Buckeye Terminal
Detroit Terminal
Bellevue Terminal
Buckeye Branch
Woodburn Branch
West Detroit Branch
Huron Branch
West Virgina Branch
South Lorain Branch
Red Key Secondary
Detroit District Montpelier, OH Detroit, MI Former N&W line and was called Detroit District under N&W ownership. Part of Detroit to Peru, a former N&W rail corridor.[8]
Huntington District Peru, IN Montpelier, OH Former N&W line and was called Huntington District under N&W ownership. Part of Detroit to Peru, a former N&W rail corridor.[9]
Frankfort District Peru, IN Montpelier, OH
Marion District Elkhart, IN Anderson, IN

Piedmont Division[edit]

District From To Notes
Washington to Atlanta Main Line Washington, DC Atlanta, GA From Southern Railway days.
Charleston District The line consists of 4 railroad segments: Charleston District − Tirzah to Catawba Junction, Charleston District − Charleston to Columbia, Charleston District − Hasskamp to Kingville, Charleston District − Washburn to Kings Creek.
Charlotte Terminal
Linwood Terminal
Asheville Terminal
Washington District Alexandria, VA Lynchburg, VA The line consists of 3 railroad segments: Washington District − Alexandra to Montview, Washington District − Manassas to Edinburg, Washington District − Calverton to Cassanova. The line is part of the ex-Southern Main Line.
Washington District? Manassas, VA Edinburg, VA Milepost 79 is the end of the District.
Washington District? Calverton, VA Cassanova, VA
Danville District Lynchburg, VA Salisbury, NC The line consists of 9 railroad segments: Danville District − Montview to Salisbury, Danville District − Stokesland to Spray, Danville District − Greensboro to Cumnock West, Danville District − Pomona to Rural Hall, Danville District − Winston-Salem to Charlotte, Danville District − High Point to Asheboro, Danville District − Greensboro to Fetner, Danville District − Glenn to Carrboro, Dannville District − Oxford to East Durham. The line is part of the ex-Southern Main Line.
Danville, VA Eden, NC Also known as DW Line; Former Danville and Western Railroad.
Greensboro, NC Cumnock, NC Also known as the CF Line. Former Atlantic and Yadkin.
Greensboro, NC Rural Hall, NC Abandoned.
Greensboro, NC Goldsboro, NC Also known as the H Line.
Winston-Salem, NC Charlotte, NC Route through Barber Junction known as NS L line and NS O Line.
High Point, NC Asheboro, NC Asheboro Branch; Also known as the M Line.
Glenn, NC Carrboro, NC Carrboro is the end of the line. Also known as the J Line.
Durham, NC Oxford, NC Also known as the D Line.
Raleigh District Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC
CNLA District Raleigh, NC Washington, NC
A&EC District Goldsboro, NC Morehead City, NC
New Bern, NC Washington, NC
Charlotte District (also known as R Line) The line consists of 5 railroad segments: Charlotte District − Salisbury to Greenville, Charlotte District − Yadkin Junction to Halls Ferry, Charlotte District − Bowlin to Gebo, Charlotte District − Spartanburg to Landrum, Charlotte District − Donaldson Junction to Michelin. The line is part of the ex-Southern Main Line.
Norcross District Norcross, GA Atlanta, GA Continues into Georgia Division
Salisbury, NC Halls Ferry, NC Also known as the D Line.
Gastonia, NC Bowlin, SC[10] Ex-Carolina and Northwestern Railway line to Chester, SC; Bowlin is the end of the line near the NC border.
Greenville District Greenville, SC Atlanta, GA The line consists of 4 railroad segments: Greenville District − Greenville to Inman Yard, Greenville District − C&G Junction to Piedmont, Greenville District − Anderson to Walhalla, Greenville District − Lula to Center. The line is part of the ex-Southern Main Line.
Columbia District Charlotte, NC Columbia, SC The line consists of 4 railroad segments: Columbia District − Columbia to Beaumont, Columbia District − Charlotte to Columbia, Columbia District − Columbia to Augusta, Columbia District − Prosperity to Conrad, Columbia District − Warrenville to Oakwood.
Asheville District (also known as the S line[11] Salisbury, NC Asheville, NC The line consists of 4 railroad segments: Asheville District − Salisbury to Murphy Junction, Asheville District − Asheville to Sylva, Asheville District − Asheville to Flatrock, Asheville District − Hendersonville to Brevard.
East Carolina Business Unit The line consists of 6 railroad segments: East Carolina Business Unit − Goldsboro to Fetner, East Carolina Business Unit − Morehead City to Goldsboro, East Carolina Business Unit − Havelock to LeJeune, East Carolina Business Unit − Raleigh North to Cumnock, East Carolina Business Unit − Varina to Fayetteville, East Carolina Business Unit − Chocowinity to New Bern, East Carolina Business Unit − Aurora to Phosphate Junction.

Pittsburgh Division[edit]

District From To Notes
Port Perry Branch
Conemaugh Line New Florence, PA Pittsburgh, PA Former PRR
Cleveland Line Rochester, PA Ravenna, OH Former PRR. Line continues into Dearborn Division
Fort Wayne Line Pittsburgh, PA Crestline, OH Former PRR Pittsburgh to Chicago Main Line. Line continues to Fort Wayne, IN under CSX ownership.
Lake Erie District Cleveland, OH Buffalo, NY Former NKP
Meadville Line Meadville, PA Hubbard, OH
Mon Line West Brownsville, PA Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh Line Duncannon, PA Pittsburgh, PA Former PRR. Line continues into Harrisburg Division
Youngstown Line Ashtabula, OH Rochester, PA

See Pittsburgh Division Track Chart, 2008.

Pocahontas Division (Absorbed Virginia Division 02/01/2016)[edit]

District From To Notes
Clinch Valley District Bluefield, VA Norton, VA The line is a former N&W line and assumed its current name under N&W ownership.[12]
Clinch Valley Extension
Kenova District Williamson, WV Portsmouth, OH
Pocahontas District and Williamson District (written as Pocahontas/Williamson Districts) Bluefield, WV Williamson, WV The line is a former N&W line and the whole line was originally called the Pocahontas District under N&W ownership.[13]
Princeton-Deepwater District Kellysville, WV Deep Water, WV
Tug Fork Branch
Sand Lick Branch
South Fork Branch
Gilbert Branch
Ben Creek Spur
Briar Mountain Branch
Delmore Branch
Jamboree Spur
Lick Fork Branch
Mate Creek Branch
Alma Branch
Nolan Spur
Long Fork Spur
Sidney Spur
Lenore Branch
Marrowbone Branch
Wolf Creek Branch
Wayne Branch
Colmont Spur
Dry Fork Branch
Jacobs Fork Branch
Coal Creek Branch
Dumps Creek Branch
Big Toms Creek Branch
Buchanan Branch
Levisa Branch
Big Creek Branch
Dismal Creek Branch
Big Prater Creek Spur
Garden Creek Branch
Glamorgan Branch
Dixiana Branch
Pardee Branch
Pine Branch
Roda Branch
T-Line
St. Charles Branch
Calvin Spur
Winding Gulf Branch
Stone Coal Branch
Glen Rogers Branch
Vaco Branch
Guyandot River Branch
Pinnacle Creek Branch
Morri Branch
Cub Creek Branch
West Virginia Secondary
Former Virginia Division
Altavista District Abilene, VA Roanoke, VA Former VGA line which was passed to the N&W. It assumed its current name under N&W ownership.[14]
Abilene, Virginia Crewe, VA
Blue Ridge District (formerly Crewe to Roanoke) Crewe, VA Roanoke, VA Former N&W line and it was called Crewe to Roanoke (also known as Roanoke to Crewe) and then Blue Ridge District under N&W ownership.[15] The Blue Ridge District is part of the Lamberts Point to Roanoke rail corridor.
Christiansburg District Roanoke, VA Bluefield, WV Former N&W line and it was called Christiansburg District under N&W ownership. It is part of the Roanoke to Bluefield and Bristol rail corridor.[16]
Roanoke, VA Walton, VA
Petersburg Belt Line Former N&W rail line
Durham District Lynchburg, VA Hyco Lake, NC Former VGA line which was passed to the N&W. It assumed its current name under N&W ownership.[17]
Hagerstown District Hagerstown, MD Shenandoah, VA The line is a former N&W property and it was once part of the Shenandoah District, a former N&W line.[18] The Shenandoah District was also known as the Shenandoah Valley Line or Shenandoah Line.[19][20]
Norfolk District (formerly Lamberts Point to Crewe) Norfolk, VA Crewe, VA Former N&W line and it was once part of the Norfolk and Western main line. The line was formerly known as Lamberts Point to Crewe under N&W ownership and was renamed to Norfolk District under N&W ownership[21][22]. The line from Lamberts Point to Canal Drive, Norfolk was separated from the Norfolk District and became a new rail line called Norfolk Terminal. The Norfolk District is part of the Lamberts Point to Roanoke rail corridor.
Pulaski District Walton, VA Bristol, VA Former N&W line and it was called Pulaski District under N&W ownership. It is part of the Roanoke to Bluefield and Bristol rail corridor.[23]
Richmond District Burkeville, VA West Point, VA
Roanoke District Shenandoah, VA Roanoke, VA The line is a former N&W property and it was once part of the Shenandoah District, a former N&W line.[24] The Shenandoah District was also known as the Shenandoah Valley Line or Shenandoah Line.[25][26]
Whitethorne District Roanoke, VA Narrows, VA Former N&W line and it was called Whitethorne District under N&W ownership.[27]
Winston-Salem District Roanoke, VA Winston-Salem, NC The line is a former N&W line and assumed its current name under N&W ownership.[28]
Norfolk Terminal (Lamberts Point to Canal Drive) Norfolk, VA Norfolk, VA The line is a former N&W property and it was once part of the Norfolk and Western main line and then the Norfolk District (formerly Lamberts Point to Crewe). The Norfolk Terminal is part of the Lamberts Point to Roanoke rail corridor.
Sewells Point Branch (Grouped with Norfolk Terminal) Norfolk, VA Norfolk, VA Former N&W line, it is the only rail line of the defunct Sewells Point to Virso Connection rail corridor.[29].
South Branch (Grouped with Norfolk Terminal) Norfolk, VA Norfolk, VA
Berkley/Albemarle District (Grouped with Norfolk Terminal) Norfolk, VA Norfolk, VA
Franklin District
City Point Branch
Halsey Spur
Clover Spur
Mayo Creek Spur
Hypo Spur
Roanoke Terminal (Vinton to West Roanoke) Former N&W property[30]
Roanoke Terminal (North Roanoke to Starkey) Former N&W property[31]
Roanoke Terminal (Demuth to Salem Connection) Former N&W property[32]
Catawba Branch
Blacksburg Branch
Radford Branch
Bradshaw Spur
Potts Valley Branch
Cloverdale Branch
Chesapeake Western (Elkton to Dayton)
Chesapeake Western (Harrisonburg to Pleasant Valley)
Chesapeake Western (Harrisonburg to Bowman)
Hill Top Branch
Nylon Spur
Belews Creek Spur

List of defunct lines[edit]

Defunct Norfolk and Western lines[edit]

Defunct Central of Georgia lines[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A Brief History of Conrail". Consolidated Rail Corporation. 2003. Archived from the original on 2010-11-21. 
  2. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Savannah%20Div%20ETT%20%2312%2012-18-1953.pdf Central of Georgia Savannah Division employee timetable
  3. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Savannah%20Div%20ETT%20%2312%2012-18-1953.pdf Central of Georgia Savannah Division employee timetable
  4. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Track%20Chart%205-1960.pdf Central Georgia Railway Columbus Division track chart
  5. ^ 2008 Norfolk Southern Harrisburg Division Employee Timetable
  6. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Ft.%20Wayne%20Div%20ETT%20%235%2011-4-1973.pdf Norfolk and Western Railway Fort Wayne Division employee timetable
  7. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Ft.%20Wayne%20Div%20ETT%20%235%2011-4-1973.pdf Norfolk and Western Railway Fort Wayne Division employee timetable
  8. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Ft.%20Wayne%20Div%20ETT%20%235%2011-4-1973.pdf Norfolk and Western Railway Fort Wayne Division employee timetable
  9. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Ft.%20Wayne%20Div%20ETT%20%235%2011-4-1973.pdf Norfolk and Western Railway Fort Wayne Division employee timetable
  10. ^ NSRR PIEDMONT DIVISION Eastern Region Timetable Number 1 Dated Monday, August 4, 2008 states Bowlin is MP 36. Map at http://fragis.fra.dot.gov/GISFRASafety shows MP36 in South Carolina.
  11. ^ map in employee timetable PIEDMONT DIVISION Eastern Region Timetable Number 1) dated Monday, August 4, 2008
  12. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20Track%20Charts/N&W%20Clinch%20Valley%20District%20Track%20Chart%201-1-1968.pdf Clinch Valley District track chart under Norfolk and Western Railway ownership
  13. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20Track%20Charts/N&W%20Pocahontas%20District%20Track%20Chart%201-1-1968.pdf Pocahontas District track chart under Norfolk and Western Railway ownership
  14. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%233%208-3-1969.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1969
  15. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%2314%2010-26-1958.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1958
  16. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N%26W/N%26W%20ETTs/N%26W%20Radford%20Div%20ETT%20%234%207-18-1971.pdf Norfolk and Western Radford Division employee timetable
  17. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%233%208-3-1969.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1969
  18. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20Track%20Charts/N&W%20Shenandoah%20District%20Track%20Chart%201-1-1968.pdf Shenandoah District track chart under Norfolk and Western Railway ownership
  19. ^ http://www.trainweb.org/varail/nsvall.html Shenandoah Valley Line name reference
  20. ^ http://railroad.millermutts.com/ Shenandoah Line name reference
  21. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%2314%2010-26-1958.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1958
  22. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%233%208-3-1969.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1969
  23. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N%26W/N%26W%20ETTs/N%26W%20Radford%20Div%20ETT%20%234%207-18-1971.pdf Norfolk and Western Radford Division employee timetable
  24. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20Track%20Charts/N&W%20Shenandoah%20District%20Track%20Chart%201-1-1968.pdf Shenandoah District track chart under Norfolk and Western Railway ownership
  25. ^ http://www.trainweb.org/varail/nsvall.html Shenandoah Valley Line name reference
  26. ^ http://railroad.millermutts.com/ Shenandoah Line name reference
  27. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N%26W/N%26W%20ETTs/N%26W%20Radford%20Div%20ETT%20%234%207-18-1971.pdf Norfolk and Western Radford Division employee timetable
  28. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20Track%20Charts/N&W%20Winston-Salem%20District%20Track%20Chart%201-1-1968.pdf Winston-Salem District track chart under Norfolk and Western Railway ownership
  29. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%233%208-3-1969.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1969
  30. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%2314%2010-26-1958.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1958
  31. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%2314%2010-26-1958.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1958
  32. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%2314%2010-26-1958.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1958
  33. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%2314%2010-26-1958.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1958
  34. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%2314%2010-26-1958.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1958
  35. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%233%208-3-1969.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1969
  36. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20Track%20Charts/N&W%20Shenandoah%20District%20Track%20Chart%201-1-1968.pdf Shenandoah District track chart under Norfolk and Western Railway ownership
  37. ^ http://www.trainweb.org/varail/nsvall.html Shenandoah Valley Line name reference
  38. ^ http://railroad.millermutts.com/ Shenandoah Line name reference
  39. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Norfolk%20Div%20ETT%20%2314%2010-26-1958.pdf Norfolk and Western Norfolk Division employee timetable 1958
  40. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20Track%20Charts/N&W%20Radford%20District%20Track%20Chart%201-1-1968.pdf Radford District track chart under Norfolk and Western Railway ownership
  41. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N%26W/N%26W%20ETTs/N%26W%20Radford%20Div%20ETT%20%234%207-18-1971.pdf Norfolk and Western Radford Division employee timetable
  42. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N%26W/N%26W%20ETTs/N%26W%20Radford%20Div%20ETT%20%234%207-18-1971.pdf Norfolk and Western Radford Division employee timetable
  43. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N%26W/N%26W%20ETTs/N%26W%20Radford%20Div%20ETT%20%234%207-18-1971.pdf Norfolk and Western Radford Division employee timetable
  44. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Ft.%20Wayne%20Div%20ETT%20%235%2011-4-1973.pdf Norfolk and Western Railway Fort Wayne Division employee timetable
  45. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Ft.%20Wayne%20Div%20ETT%20%235%2011-4-1973.pdf Norfolk and Western Railway Fort Wayne Division employee timetable
  46. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/N&W/N&W%20ETTs/N&W%20Ft.%20Wayne%20Div%20ETT%20%235%2011-4-1973.pdf Norfolk and Western Railway Fort Wayne Division employee timetable
  47. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Savannah%20Div%20ETT%20%2312%2012-18-1953.pdf Central of Georgia Savannah Division employee timetable
  48. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Savannah%20Div%20ETT%20%2312%2012-18-1953.pdf Central of Georgia Savannah Division employee timetable
  49. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Savannah%20Div%20ETT%20%2312%2012-18-1953.pdf Central of Georgia Savannah Division employee timetable
  50. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Track%20Chart%205-1960.pdf Central Georgia Railway Columbus Division track chart
  51. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Track%20Chart%205-1960.pdf Central Georgia Railway Columbus Division track chart
  52. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Track%20Chart%205-1960.pdf Central Georgia Railway Columbus Division track chart
  53. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Track%20Chart%205-1960.pdf Central Georgia Railway Columbus Division track chart
  54. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Track%20Chart%205-1960.pdf Central Georgia Railway Columbus Division track chart
  55. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Track%20Chart%205-1960.pdf Central Georgia Railway Columbus Division track chart
  56. ^ http://www.multimodalways.org/docs/railroads/companies/CofG/CofG%20Track%20Chart%205-1960.pdf Central Georgia Railway Columbus Division track chart