Sisseton Milbank Railroad

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The Sisseton Milbank Railroad (Reporting Mark SMRR) is a railroad subsidiary of the Twin Cities and Western Railroad that operates between its namesake, the cities of Sisseton and Milbank in South Dakota.

Sisseton Milbank Railroad
Reporting mark SMRR
Locale South Dakota
Dates of operation 1987–present
Predecessor Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, Dakota Rail
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Length 34 miles (61 km)

The Sisseton Milbank Railroad operates former Dakota Rail trackage, which is a former Chicago, Milwakuee, St. Paul and Pacfic Railroad branchline. The railroad commonly ships grain and other products to Milbank to be shipped out on the BNSF line. They also store rail cars on this line when grain shipments are not needed.

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