The First Coast Railroad is a class III railroad operating in Florida and Georgia, owned by Genesee and Wyoming Inc. The name is derived from its area of operations around the First Coast of Florida. The FCRD was founded in April 2005 to lease 32 ...
North Shore Railroad
North Shore Railroad could refer to: North Shore Railroad Long Island Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad North Shore Line North Shore Railroad Pennsylvania North Shore Railroad California
The Brock Railroad was a wholly owned subsidiary of the Warren Car Company of Warren, PA. The business entity Brock Railroad Company was created with the Pennsylvania Department of State on February 17, 1982.
Rochester, Nunda and Pennsylvania Railroad
Rochester, Nunda and Pennsylvania Railroad was a New York railroad. Trains ran from Sonyea south through Nunda to Swain. Parts of the railroad were sold to the Pittsburg, Shawmut and Northern Railroad. Other parts of the RN&P were graded near York, NY and Fowlerville, NY and also near Chili, New York, but no tracks were ever laid.
Wild Goose Railroad
The Wild Goose Railroad was created by the Wild Goose Mining Company in Alaska. Charles D Lane acted as the President of the Wild Goose Mining company, until his death in 1911. The Wild Good Railroad was located in Nome, Alaska and ran from Nome to Lanes Landing, which was named after Charles D Lane. In 1903 the Wild Goose Railroad was reorganized as the Nome Arctic Railway.
Knoxville and Holston River Railroad
The Knoxville and Holston River Railroad operates over 18.98 miles within Knoxville and Marbledale, Tennessee. This short line railroad was created in 1998 and is currently owned by Gulf and Ohio Railways. The railroad also hosts a tourist train run by Gulf & Ohio Railways, the Three Rivers Rambler.
Pemigewasset Valley Railroad
The Pemigewasset Valley Railroad was a railroad connecting Plymouth to North Woodstock, New Hampshire, United States. Funded by the Boston, Concord and Montreal Railroad, it was only independent for one month after construction before being permanently "leased" by the BC&M.
Firsdown is a civil parish in Wiltshire, England, 5 miles northeast of Salisbury. Before the 1950s the area was sparsely populated downland within the parish of Winterbourne. By 1976 housing estates had been built on both sides of Firs Road, which links Winterslow with the A30. The civil parish of Firsdown was created in 1986. The parish includes the Figsbury Ring, a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest which contains prehistoric earthworks.
FIRS may refer to: The Firs, now the Chancellors Hotel & Conference Centre, in Manchester, England FIRS index, a share index of the Banja Luka Stock Exchange Forum of International Respiratory Societies, a respiratory health advocacy organization Forensic Investigation Research Station at Colorado Mesa University Federation Internationale de Roller Sports, the International Federation of Roller Sports FIR, an aviation acronym for Flight Information Region, which designates airspace
1991–92 Scottish First Division
The 1991–92 Scottish First Division season was won by Dundee, who were promoted along with Partick Thistle to the Premier Division. Montrose and Forfar Athletic were relegated.
1956 Albanian First Division
The 1956 Albanian First Division was the 11th season of a second-tier Association football league in Albania. The season started in March and ended in August. Even the Second Division begins to take on a fixed formula, moving in 1956 to the seven single-group teams. Spartaku Tirane wins league and promotion title by outperforming opponents, while Spartaku Pogradec was the first team to officially relegated to the regional divisions, from which Puna Peshkopi was advanced.