reporting mark: N/A
railroad class: Class II Railroad
There are currently 8 Paducah and Louisville Railway radio scanner frequencies from Kentucky in our database.
|160.695||Louisville Terminal - General operations|
|161.325||Louisville Terminal - General operations|
|160.215||Paducah Terminal - General operations|
|160.83||Paducah Terminal - General operations|
|160.335||Road Operations - East of Central City|
|160.74||Road Operations - General operations|
|160.455||Road Operations - Gilbertsville Junction to Central City|
|160.29||Road Operations - West of Central City|
The Paducah & Louisville Railway is a Class II railroad that operates freight service between Paducah and Louisville, Kentucky. The line is located entirely within the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The 270-mile line was purchased from Illinois Central Gulf Railroad in August, 1986. The 223-mile main route runs between Paducah and Louisville with branch lines from Paducah to Kevil and Mayfield, Kentucky and another from Cecilia to Elizabethtown, Kentucky.