Mileage 33.0 CP Webbwood Subdivision
Nairn Centre, Ontario, referred to by the railroad simply as Nairn, is the site of a passing siding and, in the 70s, a short spur. Just west of Nairn the Pineland Spur takes off from the main line and heads north a short distance to a lumber mill, operated in the 1970s by E.B. Eddy Forest Products.
Nairn is important to Subdury Division operations because the siding is the major point for meets along the Webbwood Sub and because the Pineland Spur is the destination of the Nairn Turn or “Pulp Train” which delivers loads to the plants and returns to Cartier with empties.