Posted BY: John F. Di Leo

The United States has a lot of railroads — big national lines and short regional lines, freight railways that share their track with commuter lines, and lines designed with high clearance for container stack trains.  And while there are still a few tycoons in the world, the days of the railroads being the shining monuments to a single millionaire’s fortune are long past; many of our railroads, like most big corporations nowadays, are publicly traded and are therefore owned and controlled by the nameless, faceless fund managers of Wall Street.

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