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Long Creek Railroad

The Long Creek Railroad is a short line railway that operates in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The railway was formed in 2012 when a rail equipment operating company, previously managing the line since 2005, organized the purchase of 40 miles of former Canadian Pacific Railway trackage with the support of around 25 initial investors. The line, formerly owned by Canadian Pacific Railway and known as CP Bromhead, was scheduled for discontinuation in 2005. The current line stretches from Tribune to Estevan, where it meets the Canadian Pacific at mile 137.5 of CP Weyburn Sub.

The Long Creek Railroad primarily transports grain, which accounts for 90% of its freight. However, the railway's business is diversifying with transloading, railcar services, and targeting commodities other than grain, such as energy products.


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Rafferty, SK

Rail adjacent property with 50 acres can be developed to suit. With convenient access to CPKC and good access to local highways, this location is ideal for those looking to ship by rail in Southeastern Saskatchewan. 


Southall Wye

Our wye at Southall, SK is the perfect location for transloading products or servicing railcars. With over 40 car spots of bonded rail, this location, previously used to load Crude railcars, is available for your next project.

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Long Creek Railroad

Long Creek Railroad is a vibrant short line railway in Saskatchewan, Canada. Rescued from discontinuation in 2005, we now run the historic CP Bromhead line, connecting Tribune to Estevan, where we meet the Canadian Pacific at mile 137.5 of CP Weyburn Sub. Our mission is to power progress and commerce across Southern Saskatchewan, ensuring seamless rail access, efficient operations, and growth for the region.


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