Minnesota Commercial Railway MNNR #973
Nature of Firm
MNNR is a switching railroad serving the Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN area, operating 146 miles of track. The railroad serves a total of ten Minnesota communities with a main line extending from St. Paul into the northern suburbs of Anoka County and east to Bayport and Hugo. MNNR uses BNSF, CPR and UP tracks to reach other carriers yards in Minneapolis and St Paul for interchange. Traffic includes lumber, steel, paper, potash, consumer goods, grain and grain products.
The line was incorporated March 10, 1883 as the Minnesota Transfer Railway and was owned by the major railroads in the Twin Cities area. The Minnesota Commercial began operations in 1987 when it acquired the Minnesota Transfer Railway Company plus lines from other Class I railroads.
Minnesota Commercial Railway
John W. Gohmann
|Interchange Points||Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN|
|Agreement Type||Switch Carrier|
|Information Exchange Method||RMI|