From Saturday night surprise to Sunday morning news (and a big, big deal): the CP-KCS merger


On Saturday night, I was working on a Progressive Railroading project I’ve been working on for months. I had the NCAA basketball tournament on in the background. While I was working on the project and half-watching the games, I got an email from friend and colleague Tony Hatch. An email featuring something he’d just tweeted: Canadian Pacific had agreed to buy Kansas City Southern.


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