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Rosie (not the Riveter) creates a precedent for working women everywhere by challenging the Southern Pacific Railroad, Transportation. Before we begin to look more closely at the women in railroading today, we would like to take a moment to honor and remember the women. A Professional Women's Organization since , NARBW stimulates interest in the railroad industry and participates in charitable projects.

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