Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Savannah Port Terminal Railroad is a terminal railroad that began operations on June 9, 1998, taking over track operations from the Savannah State Docks Railroad. It operates about 23 miles of track and handles about 46,000 cars annually. The owner is Genesee & Wyoming Inc. A switching and terminal railroad is a freight railroad company whose primary purpose is to perform local switching services or to own and operate a terminal facility. Switching is a type of operation done within the limits of a yard. It generally consists of making up and breaking up trains, storing and classifying cars, serving industries within yard limits, and other related purposes. These movements are made at slow speed under special yard rules.
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