CP La Riviere Subdivision

The CP La Riviere subdivision runs from Winnipeg, MB to Morden, MB. This is a Manitoba branch line serving mostly grain customers.

There are customers on the first few miles of the subdivision that are served frequently by local trains. The rest of the subdivision gets service a few times a week.

Mile Station Siding
Winnipeg yard
Junction with CP Carberry subdivision
5.2 Crossing of CN Rivers subdivision
7.4 Lafarge / Kleysen Customer yards
16.4 La Salle
Grain elevator
22.5 Domain
Grain elevator
33.6 McTavish
Grain elevator
40.7 Morris
Cargill grain elevator
41.6 Paterson elevator 5 tracks
54.2 Rosenfeld
Junction with CP Gretna subdivision
63.8 Plum Coulee
Grain elevator
71.9 Winkler
74.3 Agricore United elevator 4 tracks
78.0 Morden
Grain elevator
80.3 End of CP Track

The maximum speed limit on the CP La Riviere subdivision is 30 MPH. The maximum car tonnage is 286,000 lbs., with speed restrictions on cars greater than 268,000 lbs.
The subdivision is under the Occupancy Control System (OCS) between mile 4.0 and the Morden station name sign. The track between the Morden station name sign and the end of CP track at mile 80.3 is non-main track (“rule 105”).

At Morden CP interchanges with the Boundary Trail Railway Company, a shortline operating from Binney Corners to Morden.

Elevator at La Salle, MB
Elevator at La Salle, MB

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