Carlton Trail Railway Company
SERVING SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA
The CTRW is one of a number of railroads in Saskatchewan. The Carlton Trail Railway (CTRW) operates from Saskatoon to Prince Albert, over 103 miles of former Canadian National Railway (CN) track.
CTRW serves the forest products industry by transporting lumber from the Prince Albert area to destinations across North America. CTRW also supports the grain and specialty crops industry including primary elevators and a pulse processing plant. Major customers include Viterra, Belle Pulses, McDonald Metals, and Carrier Lumber.
Carlton Trail Railway is also a great location for railcar owners looking for storage.
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OLS MAKES SHIPPING EASY
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TURN KEY TRANSLOAD
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