What hath God wrought

From The Photo News; August 8, 2019 What hath God wrought Monroe Town Historian James Nelson provided the following excerpt…

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The Chinese who built America’s Transcontinental railroad are recognised, at last

By Alan Chin, Post Magazine, South China Morning Post; May 23, 2019 Connie Young Yu has put forward her arguments…

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150th anniversary of golden spike expected to draw 12,000

By John O’Connell, Idaho State Journal; April 23, 2019 PROMONTORY, Utah — At a time when the North and South…

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Surface Transportation Board to hold hearing on Class Is’ demurrage, accessorial charges

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; April 12, 2019 The Surface Transportation Board (STB) has announced the details for its May 22…

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Sacramento, California to Commemorate 150th Anniversary of the Completion of the Transcontinental Railroad

By Traci Rockefeller Cusack, Sacramento Press; April 3, 2019 This year, the California State Railroad Museum & Foundation are proud…

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Bureau of Land Management to guide public on tour of original Promontory section of Transcontinental Railroad

By MITCH SHAW, Standard-Examiner; April 4, 2019 PROMONTORY — The remnants of original 90-mile Promontory Branch of the Transcontinental Railroad…

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Flashback: the ICC & the railroads

By Scott Mall, Freight Waves; February 1, 2019 The Interstate Commerce Act was passed in response to rising public concern…

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National Mediation Board eyes easier union ‘ouster’ procedure

By Frank N. Wilner, Capitol Hill Contributing Editor, Railway Age Magazine; February 1, 2019 In a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking…

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Governor of South Dakota: Rail investments can boost local economies

By Governor Dennis Daugaard, Opinion Contributor, The Hill; March 7, 2018 Infrastructure is at the forefront of policy discussions these…

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State DOTs, regulators and railroads collaborate on grade crossing upgrades, closures

By Julie Sneider, Senior Associate Editor, Progressive Railroading Magazine; January 2018 Despite a decrease in the number of grade crossing…

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