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Squaw Creek Southern Railroad

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Squaw Creek Southern Railroad

Squaw Creek Southern Railroad
Locale Georgia and Indiana
Track gauge (standard gauge)
Headquarters Boonville, Indiana

The Squaw Creek Southern Railroad is a subsidiary of the Respondek Railroad Corporation. [1] The name comes from an Indiana coal hauling line that Respondek purchased. The name is also used for Respondek's Georgia operation which leases the former Central of Georgia Athens to Macon main line between Madison and Shady Dale, Georgia (Machen, GA). Squaw Creek Southern Railroad is a member of the Indiana Railroad Transportation Group (IRTG). [2]



The Georgia operation currently rosters a former Union Pacific Railroad EMD SD40T-2 diesel locomotive 8795. Which was named "Veronica" by persons unknown.



External links

  • Photos of Respondek Railroad Corporation locomotives
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