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Compared to the 2010 pathway that fronted the Potomac River and uphill around the Gaylord, runners at the SDDC Training Symposium will be treated to a vibrant urban trail skirting the former Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (MKT or "Katy"), which was later purchased by Union Pacific.
The passion and generosity of Ted and his wife, Pat, fueled the creation of the Katy Trail, a 225-mile biking and hiking trail that sits on the former corridor of the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad.
Not great fuel efficiency, but I should point out that the historic Katy Trail, built on the former Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, is paved with crushed limestone, so the pedaling is slightly harder than on asphalt.
He began his railroad career with the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company in 1978 in their management training program, and later became assistant trainmaster, trainmaster and terminal superintendent in St.
March 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Union Pacific Railroad Company announced today that it has determined the contingent interest and sinking fund payments due in respect of Available Net Income for 2000 under the terms of certain bonds, debentures and certificates originally issued by the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company (MKT) and Missouri Pacific Railroad Company (MPRR).
As a result of the merger, UPRR will assume all of the obligations of MPRR, including the MPRR 4-1/4% First Mortgage Bonds due 2005, 4-3/4% General Income Mortgage Bonds due 2020 and 2030, and 5% Income Debentures due 2045; the Texas and Pacific Railway Company 5% First Mortgage Bonds due 2000; and the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company 5-1/2% Subordinated Income Debentures due 2033 and Registered Certificates Representing a Charge on Income.
50 for each $100 principal amount) in respect of the 5 1/2% Subordinated Income Debentures issued by the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company (MKT).
50 for each $100 principal amount), in respect of the 5-1/2% Subordinated Income Debentures issued by the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company.