Grand Forks Railway

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Grand Forks Railway
Reporting mark GFR
Locale British Columbia
Dates of operation 1992–
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Headquarters Grand Forks, British Columbia

The Grand Forks Railway (reporting mark GFR) is a Canadian short line railway company operating 3.7 miles [1] of former Canadian Pacific Railway trackage in British Columbia, Canada. The railway is owned by International Forest Products Ltd. (d.b.a "Interfor"), Regional District of Kootenay Boundary, and Grand Forks Railway Inc. GFR operates with a single Ex. Canadian Pacific EMD SW8 locomotive.[2]

Cars are interchanged with the Kettle Falls International Railway LLC at the Pacific Abrasives yard for forwarding to BNSF Railway at Chewelah, Washington. From the Pacific Abrasives yard/KFR Interchange, the GFR delivers railcars to various industrial sites in Grand Forks, British Columbia.[3]


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