The Boundary Trail Railway Company is a shortline railway operating in Manitoba between Binney Corners and Morden. The railway was formed in the summer of 2009 to maintain rail service over a portion of the La Riviere subdivision that was being abandoned by Canadian Pacific Railway.
The railway received a $1 million grant from the federal government, a $615,000 forgivable loan from the province, and $400,000 from the Pembina regional municipality. They held their grand opening on June 30, 2009.
The railway started with a Brandt hi-rail truck but acquired ex-GTW 4652, a GP-9, in March 2012.
The following is a list of mileages based off the September 1952 CP employee timetable.
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The railway is partly owned by Mission Terminal, who operate the grain loading in Manitou.