reporting mark: N/A
railroad class: Terminal Railroad
There are currently 2 Kansas City Terminal Railway radio scanner frequencies from Kansas in our database.
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The Kansas City Terminal Railway is a Class III terminal railroad that serves as a joint operation of the trunk railroads that serve the Kansas City metropolitan area, the United States' second largest rail hub. Kansas City Terminal Railway's operated by the Kaw River Railroad. The railway was created after a series of floods in 1903, 1904, and 1908 inundated the West Bottoms each time and temporarily closed the Union Depot there. The 12 original trunk railways of the city at the time joined together to build the new Union Station and to coordinate the bridges and switches that serve the city.