Port Arthur, Duluth and Western Railway
|Port Arthur, Duluth and Western Railway|
|Reporting mark||PAD&W, PD&W|
|Dates of operation||1889–1938|
|Track gauge||4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm) (standard gauge)|
|Length||91.25 mi (147 km)|
|Headquarters||Port Arthur, Ontario|
The line originated at Port Arthur in the east, ran through Fort William and onward to the Canada-United States border. The PADW was constructed with the intention of connecting to an affiliated railroad in Minnesota to provide a route to Duluth, however this section was not built.
The PADW was abandoned in sections, and fully closed in 1938.
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