From: The Application of the Northern Pacific Railway Company
Before the Interstate Commerce Commission
Filed Nov. 6, 1933.
In the matter of the application of the Northern Pacific Railway Company for a certificate of public convenience and necessity for the construction of a new line of railroad from a connection with applicant’s existing line at Odair, Washington, to a point at the head of the Grand Coulee above the proposed Columbia River dam in Grant County, Washington
(p) Applicant (NP) is negotiating with the Great Northern Railway Company with a view to having the latter company share equally in the cost of construction and ownership of said proposed branch line of railroad, with a grant to the Great Northern Railway Company of trackage rights on the present line of the Northern Pacific between Adrian, Washington and Odair. In the event that some such contract arrangement is made between the two companies proper applications to this Commission for approval thereof and for the necessary certificates of public convenience and necessity will be made.