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Rail traffic crawls back to life after B.C. wildfires halt trains

Home News Rail traffic crawls back to life after B.C. wildfires halt trains

Rail cars carrying goods for export are finally starting to trickle back in toward Vancouver, after train movement to and from British Columbia’s west coast was largely halted in the past week amid wildfire damage on two main tracks.

Ag Transport Coalition reported Wednesday that 91 rail cars carrying grains were unloaded at the Port of Vancouver, with more than 500 at different stages of arrival and others on the way.

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