reporting mark: KLSC
railroad class: Shortline Railroad
There is currently 1 West Michigan Railroad radio scanner frequency from Michigan in our database.
The West Michigan Railroad is a shortline railroad in southwest Michigan. It began operations in 1995, replacing the bankrupt Kalamazoo, Lake Shore and Chicago Railroad (reporting mark KLSC) on an ex-Pere Marquette Railway line between Hartford and Paw Paw, Michigan. That company had taken over operations in 1987 from CSX Transportation. Traffic on the West Michigan Railroad consists of chipped rubber, plastic pellets, methanol, and soybeans.