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Railroad 101 is an interactive way to learn about freight rail through a series of quiz modules. Progress through four levels of mastery, each with introductory material and a quiz to test what you have learned. After you complete each level, you will have a chance to share your success to your social networks and encourage others to play.
Whether you are new to working with rail or want to brush up on your terminology, Railroad 101 is an engaging way to learn more about the railroad industry.