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RailWorks Corporation provides construction, maintenance and material solutions for the rail and rail-transit industries. RailWorks Corporation was formed in 1998 to capitalize on the growing need for rail construction, maintenance, and materials solutions. This increased demand was brought about by rail industry consolidation, increases in federal funding for rail-transit infrastructure improvements, and manufacturers' needs for modern rail infrastructure in their facilities. In the years that followed, we grew by acquiring businesses serving a wide variety of rail and rail-transit needs, amassing a portfolio of expertise and services to fulfill a broad array of rail-related business requirements. RailWorks earned a reputation for quality service and innovative, integrated solutions. However, our rapid growth and adverse changes in the economic environment brought significant challenges as well. On November 13, 2002, the "new" RailWorks emerged from reorganization as a privately held company with new, experienced leadership and strong financial backing. RailWorks serves a range of customers - from private industries, to public transit authorities, to railroads of all sizes - through two primary business units: Transit Systems and Track Products & Services. Within these groups is a workforce committed to building the premier rail and rail-transit service provider in North America. RailWorks in now a strong, focused company that is capitalizing on the swelling demand for rail and rail-transit services.
Midwest Rail Contractors
201, GP9, was built by Electro-Motive in April 1955, #20518, FN 5398-4, as Denver & Rio Grande Western 5904, Class DE B-B 61. It was retired on October 10, 1991, and sold to National Railway Equipment Co. It was leased to South Orient as 201 in February 1992 and returned in June 1994. It was sold to Mid-America Car in 1994 and sold to MRC as 201 in 1996.
205, GP9, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1955, #20526, FN 5398-12, as D&RGW 5924, Class DE B-B 61. It was retired on October 3, 1991, and sold to NRE in October 1991. It was leased to SO as 205 in February 1992 and returned in 1995. It was later sold to MRCas 205 in 1996.
Neosho Rail Service
Neosho Construction Co.
29, S4, was built by Alco in October 1950, #78413, as
Illinois Northern Ry 29. It was sold as Grosshans-Peterson
Construction Co 29 in 1973 and sold as NCCo 29. It was resold as Casper Iron
& Metal Co 29 on August 3, 1985.
29, S4, was built by Alco in October 1950, #78413, as Illinois Northern Ry 29. It was sold as Grosshans-Peterson Construction Co 29 in 1973 and sold as NCCo 29. It was resold as Casper Iron & Metal Co 29 on August 3, 1985.
6400, GP9u, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1956 #21465, FN 5445-1, as Spokane Portland & Seattle 150. It became Burlington Northern 1975, Class GP-9, in 1970 and became National Museum of Transport in June 1985. Later it was traded to Morrison Knudsen for two MARC E9s. MK was rebuilt it as NCCo 6400.
9525, GP38, was built by Electro-Motive in August 1969, #35169, as Gulf Mobile & Ohio 706. It became Illinois Central Gulf 9525 in 1962 and sold to NRS as 9525 in 1994. They sold it to Gulf Colorado & San Saba as 9525. It was sold to S&S Locomotive as SSRX 9525 in December 2014.
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