Boise Valley Railroad (BVRR) began operations in November of 2009.
consits of 36 miles of track that travels two separate branches, the Wilder
Branch and the Boise Cut-off. The Wilder Branch is an 11-mile long track running
from Wilder, Idaho to Caldwell, Idaho. The 25-mile Boise Cut-off runs from Nampa
to just southeast of Boise, Idaho’s largest city. The lease-purchase agreement
also includes trackage rights from Nampa to Caldwell on the Union Pacific
Eighty-four customers are served by the Boise Valley Railroad, several of
whom are currently served by Watco’s Eastern Idaho Railroad, Great Northwest
Railroad and Yellowstone Valley Railroad.
The major commodities shipped on the Boise Valley Railroad
include potatoes, lumber, fertilizer, and fuels. The railroad will also
be assuming switching duties for many of the industries in the Boise
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