Apache Railway to shut down

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SNOWFLAKE, Ariz. – Catalyst Paper, based in Richmond, B.C., has announced the planned closure of the paper recycling mill at Snowflake and the subsidiary Apache Railway Co. The plant is scheduled to end production on September 30. After closing the mill site will be prepared for sale and repurposing.

The Apache Railway is widely known for its fleet of Alco locomotives. The railroad is a common carrier incorporated in 1917. It operates 38 miles of track to an interchange with BNSF Railway at Holbrook.
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