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Proposed railway through Yukon and Alaska ready for oil train feasibility study


March 22, 2016 | CBC News | A proposed northern railway that would carry petroleum products from Fort McMurray, Alta., to an Alaskan port is projected to cost at least $28 billion, according to a recently released pre-feasibility study.

The line would run past Watson Lake, Ross River and Carmacks before continuing through central Yukon to Alaska.

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