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7550 Ogden Dale Road S.E.

Calgary, AB T2C 4X9

Canada

Phone: 403-319-7000

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nneapolis and at Minot, North Dakota and with UP at St. Paul and Mankato, Minnesota. CP connects with CN at Milwaukee and Chicago. At Kansas City, CP connects with Kansas City Southern (KCS), BNSF, NS and UP. CP’s Central Corridor also links to several short-line railways that primarily serve grain and coal producing areas in the U.S., and extend CP’s market reach in the rich agricultural areas of the U.S. Midwest. Yards and Repair Facilities: The company supports rail operations on the Central Corridor with main rail yards in Chicago, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, St. Paul and Glenwood in Minnesota, and Mason City and Nahant in Iowa. CP owns 49% of the Indiana Harbor Belt, a switching railway serving Greater Chicago and northwest Indiana, and has a major intermodal terminal in Chicago and one in Minneapolis. In addition, CP has a major locomotive repair facility at St. Paul and car repair facilities at St. Paul and Chicago. CP shares a yard with KCS in Kansas City. The Eastern Corridor: Thunder Bay to Montreal, Detroit and Albany, New York The Eastern Corridor extends from Thunder Bay through to its eastern terminus at Montreal and from Toronto to Chicago via Windsor, Ontario/Detroit, Michigan. The company’s Eastern Corridor provides shippers direct rail service from Toronto and Montreal to Calgary and Vancouver via its Western Corridor and to the U.S. via the Central Corridor. This is a key element of the company’s transcontinental intermodal service. Other services include truck trailers moving in drive-on/drive-off Expressway service between Montreal and Toronto. Products: Major traffic categories transported in the Eastern Corridor include forest, chemicals and plastics, crude, metals, minerals and consumer products, intermodal containers, automotive products and general merchandise. Feeder Lines: A major feeder line that serves the steel industry at Hamilton, Ontario provides connections to the company’s Northeast U.S. corridor and both CSX Corporation (CSX) and NS at Buffalo. The D&H feeder line extends from Montreal to Albany. Connections: The Eastern Corridor connects with a number of short-line railways, including routes from Montreal to Quebec City, Quebec and Montreal to St. John, New Brunswick and Searsport, Maine. Connections are also made with PanAm Southern at Mechanicville for service to the Boston area and New England and the Vermont Railway at Whitehall, New York. Through haulage arrangements, CP has service to Fresh Pond, New York to connect with New York & Atlantic Railway and Philadelphia as well as a number of short-lines in Pennsylvania. Connections are also made with CN at a number of locations, including Sudbury, North Bay, Windsor, London, Hamilton, and Toronto in Ontario and Montreal and at Detroit. CP connects with NS and CSX at Buffalo, NS at Schenectady, New York and CSX at Albany. Yards and Repair Facilities: CP supports its rail operations in the Eastern Corridor with major rail yards at Sudbury, Toronto, London in Ontario and Montreal. The company’s major intermodal facility is located in the northern Toronto suburb of Vaughan and serves the Greater Toronto and southwestern Ontario areas. CP also operates intermodal terminals at Montreal and Detroit. Terminals for its Expressway service are located in Montreal and at Milton, Ontario in the Greater Toronto area. The company has locomotive repair facilities at Montreal and Toronto and car repair facilities at Thunder Bay, Toronto and Montreal. Right-of-Way The company’s rail network is standard gauge, which is used by all major railways in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. Continuous welded rail is used on the core main line network. CP uses different train control systems on portions of the company’s owned track, depending on the volume of rail traffic. Remotely controlled centralized traffic control signals are used to authorize the movement of trains Track and Infrastructure With a track network of approximately 12,500 miles, CP owns approximately 9,000 miles of track. An additional 3,500 miles of track are owned jointly, leased or operated under trackage rights. The track miles reflect the size of CP’s network

 

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