List of Road Names
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ACY Akron, Canton & Youngstown
ACL Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
BCOL British Columbia Railway

BCK

Buffalo Creek Railway

BRP

Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh

B&S-W

Buffalo and South-Western Despatch Line   (Erie Railroad)

B&S Buffalo & Susquehanna Railway Corp.

CASO

Canada Southern Railway

CP

Canadian Atlantic Railway   Not to be confused with the "Dominion Atlantic", the CAR was a division of CP Rail and the DAR was a subsidiary of Canadian Pacific Limited. That is the only link between the two. The CAR was the old CPR Atlantic Division mainline east from Sherbrooke, Quebec, through the State of Maine, and into the Province of New Brunswick. Today, what was the CAR is now the Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway (owned by RailWorld, LLC,) and the New Brunswick Southern Railway (owned by the Irving Group). The MM&A name was created by taking the names, Montreal & Atlantic, and International Railway of Maine, and combining them.

CN Canadian National Railways
CP Canadian Pacific
CG Central of Georgia Railway
CV Central Vermont Railway
CNL Columbia, Newberry & Laurens Railroad
CUBA Consolidated Railroads of Cuba
CPA Coudersport & Port Allegany Railroad

D&H

Delaware & Hudson Railway / Railroad

DL&W Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad
D&TS Detroit & Toledo Shore Line
DM, D&M Detroit & Mackinac Railway   (sometimes referred to as Detroit & Mackinaw)
FDDM

Fort Dodge, Des Moines & Southern Railway    An electric interurban which became part of Chicago & Northwestern Railway in 1968.

GM

Gainesville Midland Railroad   (To Seaboard Air Line 1959.)

GF Georgia & Florida Railroad
GA Georgia Railroad
L&LE Lehigh & Lake Erie Railroad / Lehigh Valley (Port Hope, Lindsay & Beaverton Railway)
L&M

Litchfield & Madison 

LIRR Long Island Rail Road
MCRR Michigan Central, New York Central Lines
PHL&B Midland Railway of Canada  

NKP

Nickel Plate Road   (New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad)

NYA New York & Atlantic Railway
NAR Northern Alberta Railways   (About NAR colors)
ONT

Ontario Northland Railway   (Formerly Temiscaming and Northern Ontario Railway)

PGE Pacific Great Eastern Railway   (Caribou logo)
PSEX Public Service Gas & Electric Co. of New Jersey   (power plant)
RL&B Rochester, Lockport & Buffalo   Otto Vondrak     Flickr Blog     Photo
SA

Savannah & Atlanta Railway

SAL Seaboard Air Line
SB South Buffalo Railway
SBSX Standard Barber & Beauty Supply Co.   (Olive Root)
S&L Sydney & Louisburg Railway
SKX Spencer Kellogg & Sons
 

Susquehanna & New York Railway   The Susquehanna New York came into existence in 1902 when the remains of the Barclay Railroad (hauled coal from Barclay Mountain, near Towanda) was combined with the US Leather Company's Binghamton, Towanda and Western. In 1903, the line also incorporated the Grays Run Railroad. The line was finally extended into Williamsport (via Pennsylvania RR trackage rights) in April 1909. Last revenue run was May 1942.

TMC Temiscouata Railway
TSL&W Toledo, St. Louis & Western Railroad   (Clover Leaf)
TH&B Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway   ( More... )
WL Wabush Lake Railway Company
WAG Wellsville, Addison & Galeton Railroad
W.I.F. West India Fruit & Steamship Co.   ( More... )
  William Simon Brewery, Buffalo, NY - The William Simon Brewery was the successor to the John Schusler Brewery, which was founded in 1859. After a period as Schusler’s brewmaster, William Simon purchased the brewery in 1896 and maintained a successful brewing operation until the advent of Prohibition. The William Simon Brewery reopened after Prohibition and built a strong local following for its Simon Pure Beer and Old Abbey Ale. Because of its brand popularity, the Simon brewery managed to outlast many other breweries in Buffalo, finally closing in 1973. After the brewery closed, its brands were purchased and produced for several years by the Fred Koch Brewery of Dunkirk, New York, until it closed around 1980.
 

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