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- November 19
- 1850 – Jule Murat Hannaford, president of Northern Pacific Railway 1913-1920, is born (d. 1934)
- 1850 – Farmers around Detroit, Michigan, burn down the Michigan Central Railroad's freight house in Detroit; the farmers were angry at the railroad's policy regarding not reimbursing them for livestock killed by trains when the stock wandered onto the tracks.
- 1956 – Japan Railways completes electrification of the Tōkaidō Main Line (pictured), connecting Tokyo Station and Kōbe Station, for both freight and passenger service.
- 2001 – The Surface Transportation Board releases the final Environmental Impact Statement on Dakota, Minnesota and Eastern Railroad's plan to expand into Wyoming's Powder River Basin.
- Northern Pacific (1934). Annual Report. St. Paul, MN: Northern Pacific. p. 17.
- "Railway Age". September 29, 1934: 390. Cite journal requires
- Howson, Elmer T., D. A. Steel, and J. B. Tebo, editors (1922). The Biographical Directory of the Railway Officials of America, 1922 edition. New York: Simmons-Boardman. p. 267.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link) CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
- "Irate farmers burn freight house in 1850". Detroit Free Press. November 14, 2010. Retrieved November 14, 2010.