The Cleveland Line is an example of a low density railroad that was unattractive to a major carrier, but has been turned into a profitable short line system for hauling paper, chemicals, brick, stone and railroad materials. The line, about 50 miles long, runs between Warwick and Uhrichsville, Ohio, passing through the towns of Massillon, Dover and New Philadelphia. The line connects with the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad, the Ohio Central Railroad, CSX Transportation, and Norfolk Southern Railroad. The Cleveland Line includes the recently purchased Wooster Line that began operations under the R. J. Corman Railroad banner in July 2002. The Wooster Line consists of 1.8 miles interchanging with CSX at Warwick, Ohio and Norfolk Southern at Massillon, Ohio. The Wooster Line hauls corn, corn oil, cottonseed and soybean oils for its largest customer, Frito Lay, Inc. and also hauls plastic, iron, steel pipe, scrap and phosphates.
Location: Yard Office in Dover, OH
Length: Total of 55 miles
Start-Up Date: December, 1988
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475 W. Third Street
Dover, OH 44622