How the railroads dealt with the summer floods

12/5/2011 | Engineering News-Record

Plans to stay a step ahead of the summer floods in the Midwest paid off for several of the major railroads, according to this piece. Elevating roadbeds, bridges and signal houses, reinforcing tracks and working at breakneck speed kept Norfolk Southern, Union Pacific and BNSF on track with minimal disruptions.

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