|Reporting mark||CEMR (CCGX for Cando Rail Services locomotives)|
|Dates of operation||1999–Present|
Central Manitoba Railway
The Central Manitoba Railway (CEMR) was created in 1999 by Cando Rail Services Ltd. to purchase the former CN Pine Falls (67 miles (108 km)) and Carman subdivisions (51 miles (82 km)). They run five days a week (weekdays) in the Norcran Industrial Area in North Transcona. They purchased a former CPR yard that was built in 1887-9 and built a new shop-house and diesel repair facility. They also repair cars for other railways.
They run on 115 & 132 pound per yard (50 kg/m) rail on the Carman sub, and 85 pound per yard (42 kg/m) light rail on the Pine Falls sub, one of the few light rail branches existing in Manitoba.
A black top and bottom broken by red and white stripes down the middle with the CEMR "bison" logo and a larger grey stripe and large white engine numbers on the sides under the windows of the cab.
Solid black with red and white curved stripes near the rear and on the nose of the locomotive, and a red line on the fuel tank. This base scheme, and the font of the numbers, match that of the CEMR's parent company, Cando Rail Services. In the middle of the body is the CEMR "bison" logo, with the website of Cando underneath.
The Central Manitoba Railway currently operates 16 locomotives.
Red = No longer on roster
|CIT 3806||1959||GP38-3||Acquired 2015|
|CEMR 4000||March 1955||GP9RM||Ex-CN 4020, acquired 1999.|
|CEMR 4001||September 1955||GP9RM||Ex-CN 4025, acquired 1999.|
|CEMR 4002||April 1955||GP9RM||Ex-CN 4026, acquired 1999.|
|CEMR 4003||January 1958||GP9RM||Ex-CN 4007, acquired 1999.|
|CEMR 4004||1955||GP9RM||Ex-CCGX 4119, Exx-CN 4119. Became CEMR 4004 in November 2017.|
|CCGX 4010||January 1958||GP9RM||Ex-CN 4010, acquired 2004?.|
|CCGX 4011||January 1958||GP9RM||Ex-CN 4011, acquired 2004|
|CEMR 4012||January 1958||GP9RM||Ex-CN 4008, acquired 2004|
|CEMR 4013||July 1956||GP9RM||Ex-CN 4013, acquired 2004|
|CEMR 4014||November 1957||GP9RM||Ex-CN 4001, acquired 2004|
|CEMR 4081||June 1956||GP9||Ex-GTW 4446, acquired 2006|
|CCGX 4118||1955||GP9RM||Ex-CN 4118, acquired 2012|
|CCGX 4119||1955||GP9RM||Ex-CN 4119, acquired 2012, to CEMR 4004 in November 2017|
|CCGX 4201||?||GP38-3||Ex-UP, acquired 2015|
|CCGX 4202||February 1964||GP38-3||Ex-UP, acquired 2015|
|CCGX 4203||GP38-3||Ex-UP, acquired 2015|
|CCGX 4204||GP38-3||Ex-UP, acquired 2015|
|CCGX 5201||1971||SD38AC||Ex-DMIR 202, Acquired in 2015|
|CCGX 5232||November 1971||SD40||Ex-CN 5232, acquired 200X, moved to Prairie Rail Solutions in 2015|
|CCGX 5311||1978||SD40-2W||Ex-CN 5311/DESX 5311, acquired 2014|
|CEMR 5396||1978||SD40-2||Ex-CN 5396, née CP 5784|
|CEFX 6056||October 1978||SD38-2||Leased Fall 2015, Ex- IAIS 156|
|CEFX 6057||October 1978||SD38-2||Leased Fall 2015, Ex-IAIS 157|
|CCGX 7061||1955||GP9RM||Ex-CN 7061, acquired 2012|
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