SLWC


SLWC
• short-leg walking cast

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  • SLWC — short leg walking cast …   Medical dictionary

  • SLWC — abbr. Stillwater Central Railroad Company Incorporated [railway pool code] …   Dictionary of abbreviations

  • Stillwater Central Railroad — reporting mark|SLWC is a class III railroad operating in Oklahoma.A subsidiary of the Watco Companies, the SLWC operates over 275 miles of track in the state from Sapulpa through Oklahoma City through Lawton to Snyder and has trackage rights over …   Wikipedia

  • List of United States railroads — See also: List of Canadian railways There are approximately 150,000 miles (240,000 km) of railroad track in the United States, nearly all standard gauge. The following is a partial list of United States railroads which currently operate there.… …   Wikipedia

  • List of Oklahoma railroads — Contents 1 Common freight carriers 2 Passenger carriers 3 Defunct railroads …   Wikipedia

  • Class III railroad — The Buckingham Branch Railroad is a typical example of a Class III shortline in Virginia. A Class III railroad, as defined by the Surface Transportation Board, is a railroad with an annual operating revenue of less than $20 million (1991 dollars) …   Wikipedia

  • Watco Companies — Watco Companies, based in Pittsburg, Kansas, is a holding company of several short line railroads in the United States:* Alabama Southern Railroad (ABS) * Arkansas Southern Railroad (ARS) * Austin and Western Railroad (AWRR) * Eastern Idaho… …   Wikipedia

  • AT&L Railroad — Reporting mark ATLT Locale Oklahoma Dates of operation 1985– …   Wikipedia

  • Cimarron Valley Railroad — Reporting mark CVR Locale Kansas Dates of operation February 1996– Track gauge 4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm) (standard gauge) …   Wikipedia