Railroad: CSX Transportation Company
CSX was created on September 2, 1987 and acquired the Chesapeake & Ohio railroads in Michigan. This included historic lines which included the Pere Marquette, Manistee & Northeastern and the Port Huron & Detroit. CSX is based in Jacksonville, Florida and continues today.
Chesapeake & Ohio → CSXT Transportation → Continuing Operation
Acquired: 1987 the Chesapeake & Ohio and the Seaboard (non-Michigan) [MRL]
Sold: In 1986 Kinde to Croswell to Huron & Eastern; in 1987 part ot Mid-Michigan; in 1988 part from Saginaw to Bad Axe to Huron & Eastern.
For routes and timetables, see " Pere Marquette" in the History Section of MichiganRailroads.com.
Photo Info: This is CSX's Rougemere yardmaster tower in 1999. [Dale Berry photo]
2022. CSX has changed the symbols for their various freight trains. For the last 25 years, they have used the letter Q plus numbers with the Q standing for Quality. Now trains will be identified by the following letters:
- M = Manifest freights
- I = Intermodals
- C or T = Loaded coal trains
- E = Empty coal trains
- B = Bulk commodity trains
- G = Unit grain trains