ⓘ Worthington Subdivision

                                     

ⓘ Worthington Subdivision

The Worthington Subdivision or Worthington Sub is a railway line operated by Union Pacific Railroad. It runs generally southwest-northeast and begins at a siding in St. James Township, Minnesota, where the Mankato Subdivision ends, and it continues to Sioux City, Iowa. The line has yard facilities in Worthington and Sioux City, as well as a small yard north of Worthington in Hersey and Lorain townships called Elk Creek. The line passes through many small towns and villages with grain elevators along its route, and it is the origin of numerous grain unit trains.

It all started with Paul Bahn and the Sioux and was built between 1871 and 1872. She then became a division of the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha railway which in turn became part of the Chicago and North Western railroad in 1882. Chicago and North Western railroad was acquired by Union Pacific in 1995.

Power is the primary route goes through the CTC from West of St. James in South Butterfield. From there, use the lever order ternary catalytic Converter, and its dark territory to Le Mars, Iowa, where automatic block signaling is used in conjunction with TWC. The Union Pacific has the right-of-ways of the CNS on the route from Le Mars to Sioux city, although managers provides the right to occupy the main road.

                                     
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