Railroad Track Services

Railroad Track Services

Railroad Track Services

Railroad Services

Bayou City Rail offers a full range of track services including:

  • Railroad Track Design & Engineering Services
  • Railroad Track Consulting
  • New Railroad Track Construction
  • Railroad Site and Civil Work
  • Railroad Track & RR Bridge Maintenance
  • 24-hour Emergency Railroad Track Repairs and re-railing Service
  • Railroad Track Take up and Abandonment Services
  • Switching installation, repair, removal Services
  • Railroad Track & RR Bridge Inspection Services
  • Rail Materials


Service Area

Texas Gulf Coast Coverage

BCR covers nearly all the Texas gulf coast extending to Louisiana

Bayou City Rail, Inc. provides around the clock rail inspection, maintenance, and construction services along the Gulf  Coast of Texas and into Louisiana. The region covers the entirety of the Houston Metropolitan area including the ports and the ship channel, and extends beyond the Golden Triangle of Texas, which includes Beaumont, Port Arthur, and Orange. The company also extends its service area to Austin and Dallas.

Capabilities & Project Size

The philosophy of the company is that no project is too small. The company maintains the ability to turn-key most rail projects including design and engineering, new construction, inspections and certification, as well as maintenance services. Bayou City Rail has extensive and broad experience in Class I, Shortline, and Industrial / Private railroad contracting projects, including several types of railroad bridges. The company maintains a strong presence in the region and is large enough to handle projects of significant size with a high level of performance and customer satisfaction. Railroad construction project


The core team of Bayou City Rail has been in the railroad and railroad construction business for many decades. Collectively, the experience level of the staff is unmatched in the region. Further, the company’s roots date back to the 1970’s with strong ties to gulf coast rail communities. Our safety record is exemplary and the company’s

Qualified Railroad Contractor

Bayou City Rail, Inc. is large enough to handle any project, and small enough to be nimble and highly responsive.

financial position is very strong and stable. Among the company’s notable advantages are the proprietary railroad track management solutions, rrTrackMAN™ and rrBridgeMAN™, for track maintenance services which provide for a highly responsive and quality product with superb customer communication and accessibility. rrTrackMAN™ and rrBridgeMAN™ each feature Bayou City Rails’ Tru-Track™ railroad track inspection methodology, a certification which meets or exceeds F.R.A. requirements and guidelines.


Corporate Brochure
  • Original WarBonnet in Seattle April 13, 2014
    BNSF 677 is parked by Boeing field right along airport way in full Santa Fe WarBonnet paint scheme. Unique consist as well with the UP 6532 and UP 7013 2nd and 3rd out, respectively. The UP 7013 is a AC4460CW, originally 6000 hp. It should be headed north to BC sometime soon. […]
  • Railfan Facebook Page April 13, 2014
    Hi Everyone, I have started a Facebook Page for Railfans. If you have a personal Facebook account, could people on this forum think about liking the page? The Page is for Railfans around the world to keep up to date with heritage operations, special deals on Rail Travel and much more. It would... […]
  • UP 4014 Schedule Released April 11, 2014
    The Big Boy's California to Wyoming schedule has been published... http://www.up.com/aboutup/special_trains/steam/details.shtml […]
  • Is the Fallbridge shut down? March 31, 2014
    http://www.nbcrightnow.com/story/25118246/fire-and-explosion-at-natural-gas-plant-in-plymouth http://www.tri-cityherald.com/2014/03/31/2904040/natural-gas-facility-on-fire-near.html?sp=/99/177/&ihp=1 Major explosion and evacuation at Plymouth WA. The LNG plant borders the Fallbridge. Initial... […]
  • steam pull March 30, 2014
    Just heard that the 1st weekend in May a steam unit will be pulling freight along what is known as the Marion line here in the Goshen IN area...Anyone know details re: this?