CP restores flood-halted service on main line in Alberta, Canada

06/25/2013 | RailwayAge.com · Financial Post (Canada)

Canadian Pacific has restored a large part of its main line in Alberta, Canada, after crews performed repairs on rail segments damaged by severe flooding. Full restoration is expected to be achieved on Thursday, according to the Class I. Canadian National provided train-rerouting assistance to CP during the restoration efforts over last weekend. "As locations were identified, CP crews responded with equipment and resources and carefully managed to safely and systematically restore each outage," said CP CEO Hunter Harrison.

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