Has anyone in the know heard of what's going on with Grenada Railway in North Mississippi, and their southern route from their headquarters in Grenada, Mississippi to Canton, Mississippi? For anyone looking for background info, Grenada Railway LLC is a leaseholder created by A&K Railroad Materials, who purchased the former IC/CN Grenada District in 2009 from CNRR, from Southaven, Mississippi, just south of Memphis to Canton, Mississippi. CNRR retained the trackage rights from Jackson to Canton because of the Nissan plant. In August 2011, Grenada Railway filed for abandonment of the southern portion of the line from Grenada to Canton, after putting an embargo on it. Public outcry stifled this attempt and in November of the same year they withdrew the abandonment attempt. The southern portion still sits dormant today, but Grenada Railway did inform the newly formed North Mississippi Regional Railroad Authority in August 2012, that they were going to attempt to file for abandonment again real soon. Here it is June 2013, and they never did attempt to file for abandonment a 2nd time, and when I visited Durant, Mississippi, a town along the line, I spotted a CN truck sitting by the town depot. Sorry for the novel, but I just wanted to provide information for anybody curious. I just wanted to know if anyone knew what Grenada Railway and A&K Railroad Materials were up to, and could it be possible CNRR is trying to get the line they sold 4 years ago back?