Missouri Pacific Railroad

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The Missouri Pacific Railroad was one of the major freight and passenger railroads in the midwest U.S. until 1982, and is now part of UP. Lines formerly operated by it or a subsidiary should be tagged old_railway_operator=MP in addition to railway=rail (if still in use) or railway=abandoned.

See a list of lines from 1916 (just before a reorganization in which the MP Railway and St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway became the MP Railroad) and a list of most lines from 1917.

Below is a list (roughly complete) of ex-MP lines, with mapping status.

MP proper

From To Status Notes
St. Louis Pueblo
Cole Junction Eton
Congo Rock Creek
Sedalia Myrick
Talmage Crete
Jefferson City Bagnell
Lincoln Weeping Water
Osawatomie Deering
Kirkwood Vulcan Street (Carondelet)
Lake Junction Creve Coeur
Lake City Independence
Kansas City Virginia
Menager Junction Leavenworth
Kansas City Omaha
Hoisington Great Bend
Atchison Lenora
Greenleaf Washington
Monteith Junction Madison
Fort Scott Topeka
Nassau Junction (Nevada) Larned
Wichita Geneseo
Yuma Prosser
El Dorado McPherson
Sedalia Warsaw
Gypsum City Marquette via Salina
Dexter Arkansas City
Olcott Iuka
Downs Stockton
Carthage Asbury
Auburn Junction Gilmore Junction
Summit Junction West Side Junction
Geneseo Kanopolis
Union Weeping Water Junction
Jamestown Burr Oak
Pleasant Hill Kiowa
Rich Hill Grand Falls
Fort Scott Cornell
Webb City Oronogo
Webb City Mears Mine
Yates Center Junction end of track (5.69 mi)
Roper Peru
Caney AT&SF Connection (state line)
Tower Grove Ivory Avenue (Carondelet)
Marshall Junction Marshall
Glencoe Lime Kilns
Warrensburg Stone Quarries
Versailles Boonville Boonville, St. Louis and Southern Railway
KH&P Junction (Kiowa) Hardtner Kiowa, Hardtner and Pacific Railroad
Donovan St. Joseph St. Joseph and Central Branch Railway

Edgewater Connecting Railway Edgewater Terminal Railroad


From To Status Notes
St. Louis Texarkana
Valley Junction Thebes
Paragould Clayton Junction
Bismarck Belmont
Allenville Jackson
Poplar Bluff Bird's Point
Neelyville Doniphan
Little Rock Lake Charles
East Little Rock Coffeyville
Gurdon Vidalia
Hope Nashville
Pine Bluff Benton
Benton Hot Springs
Gorham Benton
Bush East Carterville
Marion Johnston City (South)
Knobel Paragould
Latour Helena
Bald Knob West Memphis
Helena Clarendon
Bridge Junction Marianna
Pine City Brinkley
Halley Warren
Eudora Calvit
Luna Crossett
Diaz Carthage
White River Junction Cushman
Crane Springfield
Greenwood Junction Greenwood
Felsenthal Monroe
Litro Farmerville
Concordia Wildsville Junction (Black River) leased to L&A
Gurdon Womble
Antoine Pike City
Mineral Point Potosi
Trippe Junction Arkansas City
Coal Hill Double Track Spur
Fort Smith Van Buren
Batesville Pfeiffer Stone Quarries
Ivory Des Peres Bridge Junction
south of Valley Junction East Ivory
Vulcan Bixby
North Herrin Johnston City (North)
Thebes Cairo Cairo and Thebes Railroad
Fort Smith belt line Fort Smith Suburban Railway
Memphis Bridge Memphis Iron Mountain Railroad of Memphis
Arkansas Central Junction (Fort Smith) Paris Arkansas Central Railroad
Natchez Mississippi River incline Natchez and Southern Railway
Memphis belt line Union Railway

Coal Belt Electric Railway


From To Status Notes
New Orleans Shreveport
Texarkana Fort Worth (via Whitesboro) complete
Texarkana Fort Worth (via Marshall) complete except through Dallas
Fort Worth Sierra Blanca complete
Reisor Marshall
Addis (Port Allen) Ferriday incomplete
Cypress Shreveport
Texarkana Shreveport
Bunkie Eunice
Donaldsonville Thibodaux
Bunkie Simmesport
Melville Simmesport
Donaldsonville Napoleonville
Melville Crowley
Junction Marksville
Mingus Thurber
Plaquemine Indian Village
Lucas Cut-Off Junction
Sherman Junction Denison complete
Weatherford Graford
Marshall Swanson's Landing abandoned during Civil War
Natchitoches Grand Ecore abandoned early
Abilene Ballinger complete Abilene and Southern Railway (acquired 1926)
Anson Hamlin Abilene and Southern Railway (acquired 1926)
Cisco Throckmorton Cisco and Northeastern Railway (acquired 1927)
Pecos Toyahvale Pecos Valley Southern Railway (acquired 1927; sold 1946)
Monahans Lovington Texas-New Mexico Railway (acquired 1928)
Wink Texas-New Mexico Railway (acquired 1928)
Alba Van complete Texas Short Line Railway (acquired 1929)
Fort Worth Fort Worth Belt Railway (acquired 1931)

Gulf Coast Lines (NOT&M)

From To Status Notes
Anchorage DeQuincy complete trackage rights from DeQuincy to LA/TX line
Eunice Crowley
Erwinville Mix
New Orleans Belair
Belair Bohemia
Poydras Junction Shell Beach
Beaumont Houston complete trackage rights from LA/TX line to Beaumont
Grayburg Sour Lake
Port Barre New Iberia
Isle Labbe St. John
Loreauville Caroline
Broussard Marble Refinery
Marbham Refinery
New Iberia Segura
New Iberia Bayou Branch
New Iberia Patterson
Orange Newton incomplete
Brownsville Algoa complete
Harlingen Sam Fordyce complete
Brownsville Sugar Mill Branch
Buckeye Collegeport
Bloomington Port O'Connor incomplete
Brownsville Belt Line
San Juan Edinburg
Bloomington Victoria complete
Heyser Austwell
Anchor Bryanmound H&BV
Fernando Santa Maria SB&RGV
Ohio Junction Boulevard Junction SB&RGV
Sammons East SB&RGV
La Paloma Junction La Paloma SB&RGV
Head Gates Los Indios SB&RGV
I&GN Junction (San Antonio) Crystal City SAU&G
Uvalde Junction Carrizo Springs SAU&G
Pleasanton Junction Corpus Christi complete SAU&G
Asphalt Belt Junction (Pulliam) Dabney Asphalt Belt Railway
Cabell Rotchford Sugar Land Railway
MP 10.74 Arcola Sugar Land Railway; abandoned 1912
Artesia Wells Asherton Asherton and Gulf Railway
Sam Fordyce Rio Grande City complete Rio Grande City Railway
Macdona Christine San Antonio Southern Railway (Artesian Belt Railroad)

Houston North Shore Railway


From To Status Notes
Longview Junction Laredo complete
Palestine Houston complete
Spring T&P connection (Fort Worth) complete
Waco Junction East Waco complete
Troup Mineola complete
Houston East Columbia complete
Navasota Madisonville complete
Houston Buffalo Bayou
Round Rock Georgetown
Overton Henderson
Phelps Huntsville
Calvert Junction Calvert complete
Austin Dam across Colorado River Austin Dam and Suburban Railway
Bayou Wharf (Houston) Pierce Junction abandoned early


From To Status Notes
Salem Kellogg (Branch Junction?)
Little Rock Landing (Centralia?) Bismarck
Collins Chester
Sparta Illinois Fuel Company