South Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad
Reporting mark SKOL
Locale Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma
Dates of operation 1991–
Track gauge
Length 511 miles (822 km)
Headquarters Cherryvale, Kansas

South Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad (reporting mark SKOL) is a short line railroad which operates 511 miles of rail lines in Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri that used to belong to Missouri Pacific, Frisco and Santa Fe lines. SKOL is a unit of Watco Companies.

SKOL was honored as Regional Railroad of the Year for 2008 by rail industry magazine Railway Age.[1]


External links

  • Watco Companies: South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad
  • Union Pacific - Short Line Railroads - South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad SKOL
Preceded by
Florida East Coast Railway
Regional Railroad of the Year
Succeeded by
Wisconsin and Southern Railroad

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