• Berkshire & Eastern (former PAS)

  • For discussion of the various Class II and III Lines of the Genesee & Wyoming Inc. Railroad Holding Co. short-lines which do not have their own forums as noted:

    Providence and Worcester

    Their website is here: GWRR.com
    A list of their holdings is here: Wikipedia List
For discussion of the various Class II and III Lines of the Genesee & Wyoming Inc. Railroad Holding Co. short-lines which do not have their own forums as noted:

Providence and Worcester

Their website is here: GWRR.com
A list of their holdings is here: Wikipedia List
  by JayBee
 
Problem with CN originated grain for Ardent Milling is that the areas CN serves in the US is that farmers in their service area grow mainly corn, the wheat area is further north or further south depending on whether you are milling Winter Wheat (Kansas, Eastern Colorado, Texas and Oklahoma Panhandle) or Spring Wheat (NW Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana).
  by JayBee
 
I am pretty sure that there is a Tariff that is high enough that Canadian Spring Wheat isn't competitive on price. The only Canadian grains that come into the US in any quantity are Oats and Barley.