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Luxapalila Valley Railroad

Luxapalila Valley Railroad
Reporting mark LXVR
Locale Mississippi, Alabama
Dates of operation 1996–present
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Length 38 miles
Headquarters Columbus, MS

The Luxapalila Valley Railroad (reporting mark LXVR) is a 38-mile short line freight railroad that operates between Columbus, Mississippi, and Belk, Alabama. The LXVR interchanges with the Columbus & Greenville, Kansas City Southern and Norfolk Southern. Commodities transported include forest products and waste products.

The LXVR was acquired by Genesee & Wyoming in 2008.

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