How much do a CSX Railroad conductor make after training working extra-board?

Asked By: christina - 5/27/2011
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Depends on the terminal, not all jobs pay the same. A conductor on a class I RR will make about 50K if he works strictly locals and yard jobs, working on road assignments up to 90K.
Answered By: Rango - 5/27/2011
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