Aley, Jeff A
From what I recall, the ICC data shows data either by railroad (i.e. carloads originated by a particular road, or carloads terminated, or bridge carloads [I forget the correct term]. They also have state-to-state data (i.e. carloads originated by a particular state, etc.)
As far as I know, there is no combined data that would show, for example, carloads originating in Georgia on the SAL.
Stanford University has a very nice collection of the ICC Reports. I am under the impression that each state has a U.S. Govt depository library, and they may also have a collection of the reports.
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Subject: [STMFC] Re: (perishables) interchange
Do the ICC reports (or any other data) split out perishables moving west-to-east from those moving south-to-north? For perishables off the SAL or ACL moving to the northeast, there weren't too many practical routings, the most direct of which were PRR and B&O. From the west, there were more alternatives.
Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla.
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