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Combining Service for More Than One Railroad
(Posted March 9, 2004)
Question 405: My husband worked for the old Chicago & Northwestern railroad. He continued to work for them even after Union Pacific took it over. Can he combine the years with both railroads to meet the 30 years of service requirement?
Answer: Yes, all railroad work in the United States counts, except for the Alaska Railroad.
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