Omaha, Lincoln & Beatrice Railway Company OLB #598
Nature of Firm
OLB is a switching railroad with 4.7 miles of track (2.5 route miles) at Lincoln, Nebraska that connects with BNSF and UP. Traffic includes sand, cement, lumber and grain.
The company was organized in 1903 as an electric interurban railroad with intentions to connect Omaha, Lincoln and Beatrice. Started passenger service in Lincoln in 1905, but failed to connect the three cities and discontinued passenger service in 1928. NEBCO purchased OLB in 1929.
Omaha, Lincoln & Beatrice Railway Company
|Company Affiliation||NEBCO, Inc.|
|Interchange Points||Lincoln, NE|
|Agreement Type||Switch Carrier|
|Information Exchange Method||RMI|