reporting mark: FCEN
railroad class: Shortline Railroad
There are currently 2 Florida Central Railroad radio scanner frequencies from Florida in our database.
The Florida Central Railroad (reporting mark FCEN) is one of several shortline railroads run by the Pinsly Railroad Company. Its only interchange point is with CSX in downtown Orlando, Florida; it has trackage rights from there south to Taft Yard. The railroad is based out of the Plymouth freight station. The main route of the Florida Central Railroad from Tavares to Orlando was originally built by the Tavares, Orlando and Atlantic Railroad. It was incorporated in 1883, and built as an extension of the Leesburg and Indian River Railroad, which branched off the Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad in Wildwood and ran through Leesburg to Tavares.