Fife Lake Railway

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Fife Lake Railway
Reporting mark FLR
Locale Saskatchewan
Dates of operation 2006–
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Headquarters Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan
Great Western Railway (Saskatchewan)
Great Western Railway
Red Coat Road and Rail
Fife Lake Railway
CPR trackage
others

former line to Weyburn
Pangman
Ogema
Glasnevin
Horizon
Viceroy
Verwood
Readlyn
Willows
Poplar River Power Station
Poplar River Coal Mine
Coronach
Fife Lake
Constance
Rockglen
Southern Rails Cooperative
Colony subdivision
Lisieux
Scout Lake
Assiniboia
former Wood Mountain Sub
Limerick
Melaval
LaFleche
Woodrow
Meyronne
Glenbain
Esme
Vanguard
Pambrun
Neville
Blumenhof
Kincaid
Hazenmore
Aneroid
Ponteix
Cadillac
Admiral
former line to Val Marie
Bracken
Instow
Shaunavon
Climax
Frontier
Dollard
Eastend
Claydon
Robsart
Consul
Notukeu Jct
former line to Stirling, AB

The Fife Lake Railway (reporting mark FLR) is a Canadian shortline railway company operating on trackage in Saskatchewan, Canada. The railway is owned by seven local municipalities.[1] The Fife Lake Railway took over the former Canadian Pacific Railway Fife Lake subdivision consisting of 94 km of trackage.

The owners of the railway include Hart Butte No. 11, Poplar Valley No. 12, Willow Bunch No. 42, Old Post No. 43, Stonehenge No. 73, Coronach, Rockglen and Great Western Railway.[2]

Great Western Railway operates trains on behalf of the Fife Lake Railway.[3][4]

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