- For subdivisions and neighbourhoods in Windsor, Ontario, see Neighbourhoods of Windsor, Ontario.
The Windsor Subdivision
is a rail line
owned and operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway
(CP) in the Canadian province
and the U.S. state
The line runs from London, Ontario, where the Galt Subdivision continues east, west to Detroit, Michigan. The Windsor Subdivision intersects the Canadian National Railway's CASO Subdivision at College Avenue in Windsor. The Windsor Subdivision crosses the International Boundary through the Detroit River Tunnel and ends at 24th Street in Detroit at Conrail's Michigan Line.
The line from London to Windsor
was opened by the Ontario and Quebec Railway
(leased to CP in 1884) in 1890; the Detroit River Tunnel opened in 1910. Until 1985, the tunnel was owned by the Michigan Central Railroad
and its successors, including Conrail
. Conrail sold the tunnel and connecting Canada Southern Railway
) in 1985 to Canadian National and Canadian Pacific; CN sold its half-share in the tunnel in 2001.