Railroad Jobs in Georgia - CSX | Atlanta | Macon | Savannah
Bordered to the north by Tennessee and North Carolina, to the northeast by South Carolina, to the southeast by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by Florida, and to the west by Alabama, the Peach state has a humid subtropical climate.[source]
Norfolk Southern operates on 1,800+ miles of rails and gives work to over 4,000 railroaders, which translates into over $300,000,000 payroll. The largest terminals they serve are in Atlanta, Austell, Macon, Savannah, Augusta, Columbus, Valdosta, and Albany. Their headquarters is in Midtown with many railroad jobs in Macon, GA.
CSX offers many railroad jobs in Atlanta, Savannah, Augusta, Waycross and Macon.
Shortline and Terminal Railroads in Georgia that might offer employment
The Valdosta Railway also known as VR it’s a shortline operated by Genesee & Wyoming, connects Clyattville to CSX Transportation and the Norfolk Southern Railway at Valdosta.
St. Marys Railroad operates in the great state of Georgia, they were recently purchased by Birmingham, Alabama-based Boatright Companies.
The Sandersville Railroad also known as SAN operates from Tennille, GA to Sandersville, GA, they operate on approx. 9 miles of track.
The Riceboro Southern Railway began operations in 2004, from Savannah, GA to Jacksonville, FL, on 33 miles of track, some of which leased from CSX Transportation.
The Heart of Georgia Railroad was created in 1999 to operate 177 miles of track. Since then, the railroad has expanded reaching 219 miles as of today. The general traffic includes chemicals, plastic pellets, aggregates, lumber, grain, pulpwood, scrap metal, and fertilizer, hauling approximately 7,500 carloads per year.
The Hartwell Railroad (HRT) is operated by Great Walton Railroad, the railroad that connects with Norfolk Southern Railway.
Great Walton Railroad operates the above mentioned railroad and Athens Line LLC, hauling over 3,500 carloads per year.
Golden Isles Terminal Railroad is owned by Genesee & Wyoming, it operates 33 miles of track around the port at Brunswick, Georgia.
The Georgia Woodlands Railroad operates approx. 17 miles of track between Washington, GA and Barnett, GA. The general traffic consists of lumber products, butane, and plastics, hualing over 570 annual carloads.
The Georgia Southwestern Railroad also known as GSWR operates in southwestern Georgia and southeastern Alabama, on over 230 miles of track. They haul over 13,000 carloads per year, mostly consisting of chemicals, clay, grain, peanuts, plastics, stone, and wood.
The Georgia Northeastern Railroad also known as GNRR runs from Elizabeth, Georgia to Blue Ridge, Georgia.
The Georgia Central Railwayalso known as GC operates 174 miles of track between Macon, GA to Savannah, GA. Their headquarters are in Lyons, Georgia.
The Fulton County Railway known as FCR, operates for 16 years as of today, on 25 miles of track owned by CSX Transportation, the railroad is owned by OmniTRAX.
The Chattooga and Chickamauga Railway operates 22 miles of track, headquartered in LaFayette, Georgia.
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