Common Carrier Freight Railroads in the United States - L
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.
Lake County Railroad (LCR) (UP) (FTRX)
Lake Michigan and Indiana Railroad (LMIC) (ARCL)
Lake State Railway (LSRC)
Lake Superior and Ishpeming Railroad (LSI)
Lake Terminal Railroad (LT) (TSTR)
Lancaster and Chester Railway (LC) (G&O)
Landisville Terminal and Transfer Company (LNVT)
Lapeer Industrial Railroad (LIRR) (ADBF)
Laurinburg and Southern Railroad (LRS) (G&O)
Lehigh Railway (LRWY) (TCIDA)
Lehigh Valley Rail Management – Bethlehem Division (LVRB)
Lehigh Valley Rail Management – Johnstown Division (LVRJ)
Lewisburg and Buffalo Creek Railroad (LBCX) (UCIR) (NSHR)
Little Kanawha River Railroad (LKRR)
Little Rock and Western Railway (LRWN) (GWRR)
Little Rock Port Authority Railroad (LRPA)
Live Oak Railroad (LOR)
Livonia, Avon and Lakeville Railroad (LAL)
Longview Switching Company (LVSC)
Lorain Northern Railroad (LNOR) (TSTR)
Los Angeles Junction Railway (LAJ) (BNSF)
Louisiana and Delta Railroad (LDRR) (GWRR)
Louisiana and North West Railroad (LNW) (PATR)
Louisiana Southern Railroad (LAS) (WATX)
Louisville and Indiana Railroad (LIRC) (ARH)
Lubbock and Western Railway (LBWR)
Lucas Oil Rail Lines (LORL)
Luxapalila Valley Railroad (LXVR) (GWRR)
Luzerne and Susquehanna Railway (LS)
Lycoming Valley Railroad (LVRR) (NSHR)
Louisiana and North West No. 45.
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