reporting mark: N/A
railroad class: Class III Shortline Railroad
There are currently 2 New England Southern Railroad radio scanner frequencies from New Hampshire in our database.
The New England Southern Railroad is a Class III shortline railroad that operates out of Canterbury, New Hampshire, and serves industries in central New Hampshire, in the United States. In 1975, the Boston & Maine Railroad Corporation filed to abandon New England Southern Railroad's 73-mile (117 km) "White Mountain Branch" stretching between Concord and Lincoln. Recognizing the need of the on-line customers and the potential of the line for a sewer right-of-way, the State of New Hampshire purchased the branch and sought a shortline railroad to carry out operations. The first to assume this responsibility was the Wolfeboro Railroad, which operated the line as their "Central Division" in 1976, but soon thereafter ended operations.