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Athabasca Northern Railway

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Reporting mark  ANY
Length  325 km (201.9 mi)
Predecessor  Canadian National Railway
Dates of operation  2000–2007
Locale  Alberta
Successor  Canadian National Railway
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Athabasca northern railway


The Athabasca Northern Railway (reporting mark ANY) was a shortline railway in Alberta Canada.

The ANR operated a line running 325 kilometres (201.9 mi) between Boyle, Alberta and Fort McMurray, Alberta.

It was owned by Cando Contracting Limited and connected with the Canadian National Railway in Boyle, its former owner.

The line was set to be abandoned on December 17, 2007 because of deteriorating track conditions. However, the line was re-acquired by Canadian National in December 2007.

References

Athabasca Northern Railway Wikipedia


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