Workforce:US railways

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Welcome to the US railways workforce!

  • Improve Train Spotting World's coverage of US railways.
  • Create guidelines for articles about US railways.
  • The project covers all articles about US railways, the trains they operate and the facilities (e.g. stations, yards, tunnels, bridges, etc.) they use.
Three rail tracks 350.jpg The Trains US Railways Workforce
General information
Main project page (W:US)  talk
Portal (P:US) talk
Project navigation bar (W:US/nav) talk
Project participants talk
Project banner (doc) {{USR}} talk
Project category talk
Manual of style (W:US/MOS) talk
Welcome message talk
Assessments (W:US/A) talk
Peer review (W:US/PR) talk
To do list talk
New article notes talk
Task forces
Locomotives talk
Others to be defined
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  1. Slambo (talk · contribs) - Currently located in Wisconsin, born and raised in California; extensive research into US railway history.
  2. Bluegoblin7 (talk · contribs) - Will help with setting up etc, but when it comes to content - no way!
  3. DP67 (talk · contribs) - Located in Battle Creek, MI. knowledge in North American rail diesel and steam. Most of my knowledge is with EMD and GE.
  4. S.C.Ruffeyfan (talk · contribs) - In it to help, in it to revert, content, uh... get it away from me!

Open tasks



  • {{USR}} - Project banner for talk pages

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  • Locomotives - Improve and standardize content about locomotives on US railways.