Common Carrier Freight Railroads in the United States - E
About 700 railroads operate common carrier freight service in the United States. There are about 150,000 miles (240,000 km) of railroad track in the United States, nearly all standard gauge.
Reporting marks are listed in parentheses.
East Brookfield and Spencer Railroad (EBSR)
East Camden and Highland Railroad (EACH)
East Chattanooga Belt Railway (ECTB) (TVRM)
East Cooper and Berkeley Railroad (ECBR) (PMTX)
East Erie Commercial Railroad (EEC) (GE)
East Jersey Railroad (EJR)
East Penn Railroad (ESPN) (RRL)
Eastside Freight Railroad (EFRX)
East Tennessee Railway (ETRY) (GWRR)
East Troy Electric Railroad (ETER) (METW)
Eastern Alabama Railway (EARY) (GWRR)
Eastern Idaho Railroad (EIRR) (WATX)
Eastern Illinois Railroad (EIRC)
Eastern Maine Railway (EMRY) (NBSR)
Eastern Washington Gateway Railroad (EWG)
Effingham Railroad (EFRR)
El Dorado and Wesson Railway (EDW)
Elizabethtown Industrial Railroad (EZR)
Elk River Railroad (ELKR)
Elkhart and Western Railroad (EWR) (PREX)
Elkhart and Western Railway (EWRY) (PREX)
Ellis and Eastern Company (EE)
Escalante & Western Railroad (EW)
Escanaba and Lake Superior Railroad (ELS)
Evansville Western Railway (EVWR) (PLTX)
Everett Railroad (EV)
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