Ontario and Rainy River Railway
|Predecessors||Canadian Northern Railway, Canadian National Railway|
|Founders||McKenzie and Mann|
|Headquarters||Rainy River, Ontario|
|Number of locations||Several
Branch offices: Fort Frances, Ontario
Shipyards: Rainy River
Routes: Rainy River to Fort Frances
The Ontario and Rainy River Railway existed briefly in the late 1800s. The rail line ran from Rainy River, Ontario to Fort Frances, Ontario with eventual plans to connect to Port Arthur, Ontario in the West and to the Manitoba and Southeastern Railway via a new Steel bridge at Rainy River. After the Baudette-Rainy River Rail Bridge was completed in 1901 the company was quickly absorbed by The Canadian Northern Railway which built a Round House, Bunks, a Hotel and several other pieces of equipment at the town. It later was taken over and absorbed by The Canadian National Railway Which still operates the line.
- "CNR History".
- "Railway Chronicles of the North". Railway Chronicles of the North.
- Fort Frances Times http://www.fftimes.com/100-years-100-stories/thenewrailway.html
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- Railway Nationalization in Canada.
- "Rainy River Historical Plaque". Historical Plaques.
- "Canadian National Railway". CN North America.
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