NS sells site of former Ohio classification yard to Xebec

In 2009, NS closed Buckeye Yard, which initially was operated as a classification yard, but ultimately was used more in the 2000s to store rail cars. Norfolk Southern Railway

Norfolk Southern Railway recently turned unused and unwanted property in Ohio into a revenue gain. In August, the Class I sold the land that previously housed its portion of Buckeye Yard in Columbus to Xebec, a Dallas-based industrial real estate firm.  


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