New York Central Lines LLC

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New York Central Lines LLC was a limited liability company that owned railroad lines in the United States that are owned and operated by CSX Transportation. The company was formed in 1998 to own Conrail lines assigned to CSX in the split of Conrail between CSX and the Norfolk Southern Railway; operations were switched over on June 1, 1999. The company was named after the old New York Central Railroad, whose old main line became a line of the new company. In November 2003, the Surface Transportation Board approved a plan allowing CSX to fully absorb New York Central Lines,[1] which was done on August 27, 2004.

List of lines[edit]

CSX's name Conrail's name Notes
Baldwinsville Subdivision Baldwinsville Secondary (part)
Belt Subdivision Belt Line Branch
Bergen Subdivision River Line (part)
Berkshire Subdivision Boston Line (part)
Boston Subdivision Boston Line (part)
Buffalo Terminal Subdivision Chicago Line (part)
Carman Subdivision Carman Branch
Castleton Subdivision Selkirk Branch (part)
Cleveland Terminal Subdivision Chicago Line (part)
Columbus Line Subdivision Columbus Line
Crawfordsville Branch Subdivision Crawfordsville Branch
Danville Secondary Subdivision Danville Secondary
Erie West Subdivision Chicago Line (part)
Fairgrounds Subdivision Baldwinsville Secondary (part)
Fall River Subdivision Fall River Secondary
Fitchburg Subdivision Fitchburg Secondary
Framingham Subdivision Framingham Secondary
Frankfort Secondary Subdivision Frankfort Secondary
Fulton Subdivision Fulton Secondary
Greenwich Subdivision Indianapolis Line (part)
Harrisburg Subdivision Harrisburg Line (part)
Herbert Subdivision Herbert Secondary
Hudson Subdivision Chicago Line (part) and Hudson Line
Indianapolis Line Subdivision Indianapolis Line (part)
Indianapolis Terminal Subdivision Indianapolis Line (part) and St. Louis Line (part)
Lake Shore Subdivision Chicago Line (part)
Landover Subdivision Landover Line
Lockport Subdivision Lockport Branch
Louisville Secondary Subdivision Louisville Secondary
Middleboro Subdivision Middleboro Secondary (part)
Mohawk Subdivision Chicago Line (part)
Montreal Subdivision Montreal Branch
Mount Victory Subdivision Indianapolis Line (part)
New Bedford Subdivision New Bedford Secondary
Niagara Subdivision Niagara Branch
Olin Secondary Subdivision Olin Running Track
Popes Creek Subdivision Pope's Creek Secondary
Port Subdivision Albany Secondary
Porter Subdivision Porter Branch
Post Road Subdivision Post Road Branch owned by Amtrak
River Subdivision River Line (part)
Rochester Subdivision Chicago Line (part)
Schodack Subdivision Selkirk Branch (part)
Scottslawn Subdivision Scottslawn Secondary and Western Branch (part)
Selkirk Subdivision Chicago Line (part) and Selkirk Branch
Shelbyville Secondary Subdivision Shelbyville Secondary
Short Line Subdivision Short Line
Somerset Railroad Subdivision Somerset Secondary owned by the Somerset Railroad
St. Lawrence Subdivision Montreal Secondary
St. Louis Line Subdivision St. Louis Line
Toledo Branch Subdivision Toledo Branch
Trenton Subdivision Trenton Line
West Shore Subdivision West Shore Branch

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Surface Transportation Board (November 7, 2003). "STB Finance Docket No. 33388".