• The Quebec-Gatineau Railway

  • 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 Sylvain727
 
The Quebec-Gatineau Railway belongs to Genesee & Wyoming Canada connecting Gatineau, Lachute, St-Jérôme, Laval, Montréal, Joliette, Trois-Rivières, Shawinigan and Quebec City.

The QGRY's rail system interchanges with the Canadian Pacific Railway in Montreal and the Canadian National Railway in Quebec City, Shawinigan, and Joliette.
Finally, the QGRY was created in 1997 and acquired from the Canadian Pacific Railway (CP Rail), and has begun their operations twenty years ago.

Here is the bilingual Quebec-Gatineau Railway website.

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  by NHV 669
 
Looks like QGRY has aqcquired some additional power, as at least two BNSF SD70MACs have been lettered for them; 4016/4017.
  by CN9634
 
They have 3– 4015-4017. SLR is also getting 3. Other GWI roads are getting some too hence why the QGRY ones are numbered as such.