reporting mark: NECR
railroad class: N/A
There are currently 5 New England Central Railroad radio scanner frequencies from Massachusetts in our database.
|160.935||Palmer Subdivision - Yard|
|161.205||Palmer Subdivision - Yard|
The New England Central Railroad (reporting mark NECR) began operations in 1995. New England Central Railroad's a subsidiary of Genesee & Wyoming and runs from New London, Connecticut, to Alburgh, Vermont at the Canada–US border, a distance of 366 miles (589 km). The railroad interchanges with the CN, CSX, MCER, PAS, P&W, GMRC, WACR, and VTR. The New England Central Railroad is the successor to the Central Vermont Railway, which was sold by the CN to the RailTex Corp. in 1995, at which point it was renamed the New England Central.The new railroad was marked by improved service compared to the old Central Vermont, as well as more flexible crew arrangements, both of which led to a resurgence of the line.