National Creeperian Railroad
A National Creeperian Railroad SD70M in 2020.
|Dates of operation||April 4, 2020–present|
|Predecessor||Creeperian Railroad Networks|
Papal Railroad Networks
Salvadoran Independent Railroad
|Track gauge||4ft. 8 1/2in.|
The National Creeperian Railroad (Creeperian Spanish: Ferrocarril Creeperiano Nacional, abbreviated FCN or CN, officially the National Creeperian Railroad Company, Creeperian Spanish: Empressa de Ferrocarril Creeperiano Nacional) is the largest freight railroad network in the Southern Landmass and in Creeperopolis, El Salvador, and the Papal State. RFC has 49,000 employees and more than 8,000 locomotives.
The National Creeperian Railroad is a merger of three major Creeperian railroad companies: the Creeperian Railroad Networks, the Papal Railroad Networks, and the Salvadoran Independent Railroad. The three national railroads were merged and the monopoly was privatized immediately by the Creeperian government in 2020. According to corporate press releases, CN is among the top transporters of intermodal freight in the world. It also hauls bulk cargo, including enough coal to generate around ten per cent of the electricity produced in Creeperopolis, just like its predecessor, the Creeperian Railroad Networks.
In April 2020, the railway had more than 49,000 employees; 8,579 locomotives; and 101,247 freight cars.
- Broken down by specific kind of car, the RFC owned:
- 38,284 covered hopper cars
- 17,729 boxcars
- 14,280 gondola cars
- 12,183 uncovered hopper cars
- 10,470 flatcars
- 4,837 refrigerated cars
- 2,475 tank cars
- 562 autoracks
- 427 "other" types of cars
- In addition, the railway also owned:
- 5,274 domestic containers
- 13,285 domestic chassis
- 5,759 company service vehicles
- 2,585 trailers