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- 1904 – The first underground line of the New York City Subway opens; the system is now the largest in the United States, and one of the largest in the world.
- 1907 – Union Station in Washington, D.C., opens.
- 1996 – Soo Line 1003, a 2-8-2 steam locomotive built by ALCO in 1913, operates under its own power for the first time after its restoration.
- 2003 – The fleet of Siemens trains is returned to M>Train (Melbourne, Australia) service, some minus livery.
- 2004 – The North American rail labor union Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes votes to merge with the Teamsters.
- 1945 – George Hughes, Chief Mechanical Engineer for the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 1904-1922, the London and North Western Railway 1922-1923 and the London, Midland and Scottish Railway 1925-1931, dies (b. 1865).
- Gilchinski, Steve (February 1997). "Soo Line 2-8-2 back in steam". Trains magazine. 57 (2): pp. 24–25.