Customers of Twin Cities & Western Railroad Company, Minnesota Prairie Line, and Sisseton Milbank Railroad Company can connect with all Class 1 railroads serving the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, providing a gateway to world markets for all customers in our service territory.
Operating as far east as St. Paul, Minnesota and as far west as Milbank, South Dakota, TC&W is the largest short line in Minnesota. TC&W is a regional railroad operating over 229 miles of track, serving some of the most productive agricultural counties in Minnesota and South Dakota.
TC&W Railroad – Multiple Carrier Access
TC&W interchanges with all Class 1 railroads serving the Minneapolis/St. Paul terminal area: BNSF Railway, Canadian National Railway, Canadian Pacific Railway, and Union Pacific Railroad. Interchanging with ALL the Class 1 railroads in the Twin Cities, TC&W provides a gateway to world markets for the surrounding areas.
Minnesota Prairie Line
The Minnesota Prairie Line (MPL) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Twin Cities & Western Railroad. The MPL is the operator/agent of 94 miles of track between Norwood Young America and Hanley Falls, MN.
Sisseton Milbank Railroad
Sisseton Milbank Railroad (SMRR) operates 37 miles of line between Milbank and Sisseton, South Dakota. SMRR serves the communities of Sisseton, Peever, Wilmot and Corona, SD.
The Twin Cities & Western Railroad, MPL and SMRR collectively operate over 360 miles of track!
You don’t have to be on rail to ship by rail!
Learn more about TC&W’s transloading options.