reporting mark: NBSR
railroad class: Shortline Railroad
There is currently 1 Maine Northern Railway radio scanner frequency from Maine in our database.
The Maine Northern Railway Company Limited is a 258 mi (415 km) U.S. and Canadian shortline railroad owned by the New Brunswick Railway Company, a holding company that is part of "Irving Transportation Services", a division within the industrial conglomerate J.D. Irving Limited. MNRY operates over tracks that were originally built for the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad is owned by MNRY outright, including the tracks in Canada. MNRY has two sister companies, the New Brunswick Southern Railway (reporting mark NBSR) and Eastern Maine Railway (reporting mark EMRY) which operate a continuous 189.5 mi (305.0 km) main line connecting Saint John, New Brunswick with Brownville Junction, Maine in addition to another 41.7 mi (67.1 km) of branch lines owned and operated by NBSR in Canada.