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Rutland Railroad

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  1. was a small railroad in the north-eastern United States, primarily in the state of Vermont but extending into the state of New York

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  2. which served the New England states of the United States

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  3. The earliest ancestor of the Rutland, the Rutland & Burlington Railroad, was chartered in 1843 by the state of Vermont to build between Rutland and Burlington

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  4. A number of other railroads were formed in the region, and by 1867 the Rutland & Burlington Railroad had changed its name to simply the Rutland Railroad

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  5. Between 1871 and 1896 the Rutland Railroad was leased to the Central Vermont, regaining its independence when that road entered receivership

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