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The Prairie Dog Central Railway takes you on a journey from the "bPrairie Dog Centralig city" to rural Manitoba.  Departing the Inkster Junction Station, the route follows a former Canadian National Railways line that goes by the Hitch 'n Post, on to Grosse Isle and to Warren, where the track terminates.

Originally constructed between 1905 and 1910 by Mackenzie & Mann for the Canadian Northern Railway, the former Oak Point Subdivision became part of the cross-Canada Canadian National Railways system in 1923.

The subdivision is connected to Canadian Pacific Railway’s east-west main line and the portion of the former subdivision used by the Prairie Dog Central Railway extends to about two miles north of Warren.  The remainder of the original line has now been abandoned.

Click on the stations above to learn more about the locations on our route.