Gloster Southern Railroad Scanner Frequencies in Mississippi

reporting mark: N/A
railroad class: Shortline Railroad

There are currently 2 Gloster Southern Railroad radio scanner frequencies from Mississippi in our database.

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Gloster Southern Railroad Information

The Gloster Southern Railroad is a United States shortline railroad that operates in Mississippi and Louisiana. The GLSR began operation in 1990 and provides freight service from Gloster, Mississippi, to the Illinois Central Railroad (now Canadian National Railway - CN) interchange at Slaughter, Louisiana. The line was owned by Georgia-Pacific (GP) which had purchased and refurbished 35 miles (56 km) of an abandoned branch line to provide service to a GP oakwood mill in Gloster. The GLSR operated four or five freight trains per week until the plant closed in December 2002.