January 1924, No. 311 Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto) Page 29, col. 2

Canadian National Railways construction, betterments, etc.


Neebing yard.—The new terminal yard at Neebing, 3.2 miles west of West Fort William, Ont., which was compelted during 1923 and put into operation for the autumn grain movement. In addition to the original layout, 2 additional tracks were laid in the receiving yard, making a total of approximately 37 miles of tracks in the yard. The buildings were all completed, and include 24-stall locomotive house, power house, stores, machine shop, bunkhouse, yard office, car repair shop, 350-ton coaling plant, 150,000 gall. tank and pipe line, stand pipes, track scales, ash pit, turntable, sewer and water lines.

Railways: C.N.Rys.

Stations: Neebing