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San Luis Central Railroad

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

San Luis Central Railroad
Overview
HeadquartersMonte Vista, Colorado
Reporting markSLC
LocaleColorado
Dates of operation1913–Present
Technical
Length13 miles (21 km)

The San Luis Central Railroad (reporting mark SLC) is a railroad company based in the U.S. state of Colorado.[1] It was founded in 1913 to haul sugar beets from grower to processor. The railroad was acquired in 1969 by the Pea Vine Corporation and today operates freight traffic through a connection with the San Luis and Rio Grande Railroad hauling mainly grain, potatoes and fertilizer.[2] SLC is also a railcar owner, mostly refrigerator cars and boxcars.

The railroad is 13 miles (21 km) long, located between Sugar Junction (east of Monte Vista, Colorado) and Center, Colorado. The railroad owns two locomotives: Electro Motive Division SW8 number 70 and General Electric 70 ton locomotive number 71. The company is owned by Rail World, Inc., which is controlled by Ed Burkhardt. Burkhardt is listed as president of SLC.[3]

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Transcription

Headquarters

The company's headquarters is located at 2899 Sherman Avenue, Monte Vista, Colorado 81144, at coordinates 37°34′29″N 106°06′47″W / 37.5746°N 106.113°W / 37.5746; -106.113

References

  1. ^ Alistair MacDonald, Tom Fowler and Jesse Newman (July 9, 2013). "Runaway Quebec Train's Owner Battled Safety Issues". Wall Street Journal. Retrieved July 14, 2013.
  2. ^ "Short Line Railroad Profiles: San Luis Central Railroad Company SLC #696". Union Pacific Railroad. Retrieved July 14, 2013.
  3. ^ "Rail World Inc". Retrieved April 21, 2020.


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