Sylvain727 wrote:The QGRY's Trois-Rivieres subdivision belongs formerly to the Canadian Pacific Railway and their sold their tracks to the Quebec Gatineau Railway in november 1997 in the same time that the QGRY's Lachute and Monfort subdivisions that the Monfort sub belongs formerly to the Canadian National Railway.
That's all false. CP retained ownership of the tracks. They only leased them to QGRY.
So the CP has also sold their St.Maurice Valley sub and the St-Gabriel sub from Trois-Rivieres to Grand-Mere and from Lanoraie to Notre-Dame-des-Prairies to the QGRY which he has an interchange to the Chemin de Fer de Lanaudière (Lanaudiere Railway) to St-Felix-de-Valois to Bell-Gaz.
Before posting informations, you should make sure that thay are true. Otherwise, say that you are assuming things, don't try to make them pass as truths.
Ok,"TrainDuNord". But can you explain me that why on the Genesee & Wyoming website they said that Quebec-Gatineau Railway acquired from CP Rail in november 1997 ?
http://www.gwrr.com/operations/railroad ... au_railway
Without wishing you to offend,can you explain me that and to the other members here please ?
In addition, I know a bit a conductor which is working on the QGRY trains and it was he that told me that
Quebec-Gatineau Railway has acquired from former Canadian Pacific's railway tracks from Gatineau (Hull) to Quebec City.
Maybe he is wrong but I make no case.