Cape May Seashore Lines provides freight rail services for business entities desiring to transport their products, materials and goods between southern New Jersey and global markets.

The Seashore Lines’ freight services complement national growth patterns for freight rail service through the safe, effective, efficient and reliable movement of goods between southern New Jersey industries and world markets. The Seashore Lines’ freight rail service promotes multi-modalism by providing a viable alternative mode of transportation for both existing industries and future commercial opportunities in southern New Jersey.

With three transload terminals over 27 miles of railroad, the Seashore Lines stands ready to serve all industries seeking the competitive edge to move their goods to and from southern New Jersey. The Seashore Lines is also working with its modal partners in trucking to assist them in expanding their reach and reducing their costs, while they support their own customers in moving freight throughout the region and across the country.

Cape May Seashore Lines is your gateway to markets throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. The Seashore Lines welcomes the opportunity to discuss further your freight rail transportation matters. Industrial and transload sites are available and service is tailored to meet your needs. Cape May Seashore Lines provides a timely and convenient interchange with CSX Transportation (CSXT) and Norfolk Southern Corporation (NS).

The Seashore Lines wants to know you, wants to work with you, and wants to serve you....
as your service requirements demand.

The Seashore Lines: your rail connection to the world!

For additional information regarding our freight rail services, please contact me at your convenience.

Thank you for your interest in the Seashore Lines.

Tony Macrie

President and General Manager

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Railcar Storage Services ...

The Seashore Lines provides storage services for railcars. For additional information, please visit our RAILCAR STORAGE SERVICES page at: