All of these systems are included in the state-by-state list below along with the independent operations although you can also find out more information about them by visiting their respective parent's website listed above.Please note that websites for individual short lines is not included within this list although several do have their own online destinations offering more information about their particular service(s).It has been a G&W-owned since 2005 and transports a wide range of freight.: Formerly known as the Birmingham Southern, this 76-mile system is owned by the Watco Companies.It operates west and south of Birmingham connecting Bessemer and Port Birmingham.In the other direction, at the Macy’s store, the mall takes a 90 degree turn and narrows substantially enroute to the large food court and Burlington Coat Factory store.
It was purchased by RA in 2002, which was then acquired by G&W in 2012.
Its origins can be traced back to a carrier by the same but was for many years leased by the NC&St L.
It handles about 1,500 carloads annually with freight including plastics and lumber.: This terminal railroad is based in Mobile and has been in service since 1928.
It is currently owned by G&W and handles a wide range of freight.: This independent short line has operated since 1995 over about 41 miles of track on former Illinois Central trackage.
Its traffic is primarily based in agriculture but does include some other freight.: This railroad just penetrates Alabama's northern region and is mostly located in Tennessee running from Kimball, Tennessee to Bridgeport, Alabama.