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Chemin de fer de la Rivière Romaine

Chemin de fer de la Rivière Romaine
Reporting mark CFRR
Locale Havre-Saint-Pierre, Quebec
Dates of operation 1949–
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Headquarters Havre-Saint-Pierre

The Chemin de fer de la Rivière Romaine (reporting mark CFRR) (in English, the Romaine River Railway) is a Canadian short line industrial railway operating in eastern Quebec.

The railway measures approximately 41 mi (66 km) running from the port of Havre-Saint-Pierre on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River inland to a massive ilmenite (titanium iron) deposit at Lac-Allard. At Havre-Saint-Pierre, the mineral is loaded aboard bulk carriers and shipped upriver to the port of Sorel-Tracy.

The Romaine River Railway began operating in 1949 and is owned and operated by QIT-Fer et Titane, which is a subdivision of the Anglo-Australian company Rio Tinto.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ name:http://www.railcan.ca/sec_rac/en_rac_member_profile.asp?id=1607Romaine River Railway Company The Railway Association of Canada
  2. ^ Trains (Magazine) February 2009 p9

External links

  • http://www.qit.com/fr/index.asp


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