--LSRC will indeed get Flint-Plymouth. CSX will insist on some type of clause in the lease or purchase agreement requiring LSRC to exclusively interchange existing traffic and any new business they may generate to CSX at Plymouth.
--CSX retains Toledo-Detroit and Detroit-Plymouth, as well as rights to run trains on the Lincoln Secondary.
--CSX cedes to CN the traffic bound for Port Huron, Canada, and the PH&D branch to St. Clair. --Plymouth-Grand Rapids is leased to the GLC, with CSX retaining trackage rights in case a "safety valve" is needed when traffic gets heavy on the old B&O main.They will also put an exclusivity agreement in place to require interchange to CSX. CSX keeps Porter-Grand Rapids.
Who knows, really? About anything could happen, and looking for logic or sense in the railroad industry is pretty much a fool's errand.
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