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  1. CP Rail - Canadian Pacific Railway freight trains Details
    Based in Calgary, Alberta, Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) is a Class 1 North American railway providing freight transportation services over a 14,000-mile network in Canada and the U.S. Our high density network serves virtually every major sector and ships commodities like grain, coal, lumber and potash as well as cars, agricultural equipment, home electronics, food and furniture.

  2. SRY - Southern Railway of British Columbia freight trains Details
    Southern Railway of British Columbia (SRY) is a major transporter of freight in British Columbia providing the highest quality service at a competitive cost. SRY is based in New Westminster, British Columbia, and services the lower mainland and Fraser Valley providing seamless and competitive freight transportation services to markets throughout North America. Southern Railway of Vancouver Island Limited (SVI), is an operating company of SRY based in Nanaimo, British Columbia.

  3. Trillium Railway freight trains Details
    Trillium Railway Co. Ltd. is a short line railway operating company. In business since 1997, it currently operates two short line railways in Southern Ontario. Through the Port Colborne Harbour Railway (PCHR) and the St. Thomas & Eastern Railway (STER) customers receive consistent and reliable freight service on over 100 km. of trackage.

  4. Alberta RailNet Details
    Alberta RailNet servicing the former Canadian National Railway's Grande Prairie freight railroad network in Northwestern Alberta.

  5. SL&A - St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad freight trains Details
    The St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad (SL&A) operates over 260 miles of contiguous mainline track between Portland, Maine and Ste. Rosalie, Québec. The SL&A crosses the international border at Norton, Vermont and interchanges with the Canadian National Railway (CN) at Ste. Rosalie. We serve various warehouse distribution, intermodal, and bulk transloading facilities throughout New England and the eastern townships of Québec. Operating over 164 miles of track, the SL&A provides a key transportation link through the northern New England communities of Lewiston/Auburn, Mechanic Falls, and South Paris, Maine; Berlin and Groveton, New Hampshire; and Island Pond, Vermont. In Québec, we deliver the same world-class service with the St. Lawrence & Atlantic (Québec) to the surrounding townships of Coaticook, Sherbrooke, Bromptonville, Windsor and Richmond, Québec. The St. Lawrence and Atlantic (Québec) operates over 96 miles of track between the U.S. border and Ste. Rosalie. Through our link with CN, we serve five deep-water ports including Vancouver, British Columbia; Montréal, Québec; Halifax, Nova Scotia; New Orleans, Louisiana; and Mobile, Alabama. In addition, the SL&A connects to the Guilford Rail System (GRS) at Danville Junction, Maine, providing direct rail links to many of the paper mills in Maine and points south through CSX Corporation (CSX) and Norfolk Southern (NS). We connect to the New Hampshire & Vermont Railroad (NHVT) at Groveton, New Hampshire.

  6. CN - Canadian National Railways freight trains Details
    CN's goal is to be the best transportation company in North America. Employees working in rail yards, offices and intermodal terminals all bring essential skills and play an important role in keeping our operations running smoothly.

  7. History of rail transport in Canada Details

  
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