BNSF, WIR collaborate for new Wash. state grain loop

12/8/2013 | RailwayAge.com

A grain-train loop facility that opened in September in McCoy, Wash., is expected to improve the area's rail service, according to this article. The Washington & Idaho Railway short line will transfer its loaded grain trains to the BNSF station in Marshall, Wash., and is expected to triple the amount of wheat grain shipments each year. "This shuttle origin [McCoy] provides area producers access to the most cost-effective, operationally-efficient service product the railroad offers," said BNSF Director of Corporate Communications Amy Casas.

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