Last Mountain Railway

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Last Mountain Railway
Reporting mark LMR
Locale Saskatchewan
Dates of operation 2009–
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Locomotive at Aylesbury, Saskatchewan
Mobile Grain
Big Sky Rail
Last Mountain Railway
CN trackage
CP trackage

Regina
Condie
Lumsden
Disley
Bethune
Findlater
Chamberlain
Aylesbury
Craik
Girvin
Davidson
Bladworth
Kenaston
Hanley
Dundurn
Saskatoon
Blairmore
Vanscoy
Delisle
CP Outlook Sub
Macrorie
Tichfield Jct
Dunblane
Birsay
Lucky Lake
Beechy
Dinsmore
Wiseton
Elrose
Wartime Jct
Kyle
Plato
Richley
CN White Bear Sub
Eston
Madison
Glidden
Eatonia
Laporte
CN Mantario Sub

The Last Mountain Railway (reporting mark LMR) is a Canadian short line railway company and subsidiary of Mobil Grain Ltd. LMR operates on trackage between Regina and Davidson in Saskatchewan, established in 2009.[1] The trackage was formerly operated by Canadian National Railway, the LMR interlines with Canadian National in both Regina and Davidson. This subdivision is part of the former Canadian National line that links Regina and Saskatoon. Freight railway stations along the line include Davidson, Girvin, Craik, Aylesbury, Chamberlain, Findlater, Bethune, Disley, Lumsden, Condie and Regina.[2] All locomotives used on LMR are owned by Mobil Grain (MGLX) and also utilized on their sister company, Big Sky Rail Corp.

Locomotive Roster[edit]

Unit Model Built Acquired Retired Status Notes Example Image
601 GE 70 Ton 2011 N/A N/A
602 GE 70 Ton 2011 N/A N/A
603 GE 70 Ton 2011 N/A N/A
604 GE 70 Ton 2011 N/A N/A Replaced Track Mobile 4000 in Bethune, Saskatchewan
605 GE 70 Ton 2011 N/A N/A
607 GE 70 Ton 2011 N/A N/A
608 GE 70 Ton 2011 N/A N/A
1009 B23-7 2009 2010 Retired/Sold Sold to Stewart Southern Railway
1010 B23-7 2009 2010 Retired/Sold Sold to Stewart Southern Railway
3130 SD40-3 2011 N/A Active Former Kansas City Southern
3138 SD40-3 2011 N/A Active Former Kansas City Southern
3143 SD40-3 2011 N/A Active Former Kansas City Southern
3147 SD40-3 1970 2011 N/A Active Former Kansas City Southern, originally Canadian National. Rebuilt 1998 [3]
6901 SD40-3 1971 2010 N/A Active Rebuilt from CN SD40 5176 [4]
6934 SD40-3 2010 N/A Active
6935 SD40-3 1971 2010 N/A Active Rebuilt by GEC-Alstom from CN SD40 5199 [5]

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