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List of railroad executives

Following is a list of presidents and chief executive officers of railroad and railway systems worldwide.

Contents

  • A 1
  • B 2
  • C 3
  • D 4
  • E 5
  • F 6
  • G 7
  • H 8
  • I 9
  • J 10
  • K 11
  • L 12
  • M 13
  • N 14
  • O 15
  • P 16
  • Q 17
  • R 18
  • S 19
  • T 20
  • U 21
  • V 22
  • W 23
  • Y 24
  • References 25

A

B

Richard Beeching
Ralph Budd

C

Erastus Corning

D

E

Stuyvesant Fish

F

James Fisk

G

John W. Garrett
Shimpei Gotō
Jay Gould

H

E.H. Harriman
Cyrus K. Holliday
Collis P. Huntington
Anne-Marie Idrac

I

J

K

L

Leonor Loree

M

Hartmut Mehdorn
Anson Morrill

N

O

William B. Ogden
Asa Packer

P

Guillaume Pepy
John Jay Phelps

Q

R

Samuel Rea

S

Thomas A.Scott
John W. Snow
Leland Stanford

T

J. Edgar Thomson

U

V

Cornelius Vanderbilt

W

Daniel Willard

Y

Vladimir Yakunin


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