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  2. Schlumberger - Wikipedia

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    Schlumberger Limited ( French: [ʃlum.bɛʁˈʒe, ʃlœ̃-]) is an oilfield services company. Schlumberger employees represent more than 140 nationalities working in more than 120 countries. Schlumberger has four principal executive offices located in Paris, Houston, London, and The Hague. Schlumberger is the world’s largest offshore drilling company.

  3. Salt Lake City Intermodal Hub - Wikipedia

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    the salt lake city intermodal hub (also known as salt lake central on utah transit authority [uta] routes and slc by amtrak) is a multi-modal transportation hub in salt lake city, utah, united states served by the blue line of uta's trax light rail system that operates in salt lake county and by the frontrunner, uta's commuter rail train that …

  4. Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad - Wikipedia

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    998 miles (1,606 kilometers) The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad(also known as the DL&Wor Lackawanna Railroad) was a U.S. Class 1 railroadthat connected Buffalo, New York, and Hoboken, New Jersey(and by ferry with New York City), a distance of 395 miles (636 km).

  5. Reading Company - Wikipedia

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    The Reading Company(/ˈrɛdɪŋ/RED-ing) was a railroadin southeast Pennsylvaniaand neighboring states whose final iteration ran from 1924 until 1976, when it was absorbed by Conrail.

  6. Chicago Great Western Railway - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Chicago Great Western Railway ( reporting mark CGW) was a Class I railroad that linked Chicago, Minneapolis, Omaha, and Kansas City. It was founded by Alpheus Beede Stickney in 1885 as a regional line between St. Paul and the Iowa state line called the Minnesota and Northwestern Railroad.

  7. Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway - Wikipedia

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    In 1901, United States Steel Corporationwas formed from a merger that included Federal Steel, and U.S. Steel thereby acquired the railroad. The railroad's passenger services began with the start of operations in January 1889. [3]: 246 The railroad stopped operating passenger trainsin 1907,[4]but continued passenger service until 1909.

  8. Buffalo Bayou, Brazos and Colorado Railway - Wikipedia

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    The Buffalo Bayou, Brazos, and Colorado Railway(B.B.B.C.or B.B.B. & C.), also called the Harrisburg Roador Harrisburg Railroad, was the first operating railroadin Texas. It completed its first segment of track between Harrisburg, Texas(now a neighborhood of Houston) and Stafford's Point, Texas in 1853.

  9. Gatwick Airport - Wikipedia

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    WesternGeco, a geophysical services company, has its head office and Europe–Africa–Russia offices in Schlumberger House, a 124,000 sq ft (11,500 m 2) building on the airport grounds near the South Terminal. The company had a 15-year lease on the building, scheduled to expire in June 2008.