Central Washington Railroad

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The Central Washington Railroad (reporting mark CWRR) is a common freight carrier that operates in the Yakima, Washington area. The shortline railroad operates 80 miles (130 km) on two routes in the Yakima River valley and is owned by the Temple family, which also owns the Columbia Basin Railroad.[1]


The CWRR's northern route connects the communities of Fruitvale, Yakima, Union Gap and Moxee City.

The CWRR's southern route connects the communities of Granger, Sunnyside, Grandview and Prosser.

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  1. ^ Graham, Claire (November 11, 2013). "Columbia Basin Railroad Delivers First Unit Train of Canola Seed to Warden". KHQ. Retrieved November 12, 2016.

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