The Ann Arbor Railroad operates fifty miles of track between its main terminal, Ottawa Yard, in Toledo, Ohio and Osmer, Michigan, the interchange point with the Great Lakes Central Railroad located just north of Ann Arbor, Michigan. A branch line known as the Saline Branch stretches four miles from Pittsfield, Michigan to Saline, Michigan. The Saline Branch has been used in the past to serve the Faurecia Automotive Components Plant located in Saline, Michigan but is not currently being used in revenue service. The Ann Arbor Railroad also leases and operates an industrial lead in Toledo, Ohio owned by the Norfolk Southern Railway. Much of what the railroad transports is "bridge traffic" and is received at either end of the railroad and transported for interchange with another railroad at the opposite terminal. A variety of different cargoes are transported ranging from grain to liquefied petroleum gas to wooden poles. In Toledo, Ohio, the railroad serves Chrysler transporting finished vehicles from the Toledo Complex.