Birmingham Terminal Railway's fire breathing dragon logo is a perfect
representation of the industrial and energy sectors that are served by
the Alabama railroad. Formerly known as the Birmingham Southern
Railroad, the 75.9 mile line provides service to more than 30 Customers
in the Birmingham. The railroad has the distinct advantage of
access to barge traffic via Port Birmingham Terminal which is located on
the Black Warrior River. The Black Warrior River is part of the Tenn-Tom
Waterway which empties out into the Gulf of Mexico at Mobile, Alabama and
provides the BHRR with the ability to ship commodities to and from all
parts of the world.
The Birmingham Terminal Railway (BHRR) connects to three Class I
railroads, the BNSF, CSX and the NS. In addition to providing freight
service the railroad also boasts a mechanical and locomotive shop.
more information on the Port Birmingham Terminal