Located in the heart of the Permian Basin, the Texas & New Mexico Railway (TXN) operates 111 miles of track in New Mexico and Texas. The TXN interchanges with Union Pacific at Monahans, TX and terminates at Lovington, New Mexico. The railroad primarily handles oilfield commodities such as drilling mud and hydrochloric acid, frac sand, pipe, and petroleum products including crude oil. In addition, the TXN also ships iron and steel scrap.


Class I Interchanges