Morristown and Erie Railway Scanner Frequencies in New Jersey

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There are currently 3 Morristown and Erie Railway radio scanner frequencies from New Jersey in our database.

Frequency Description
161.1Bayway Yard

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Morristown and Erie Railway Information

Morristown & Erie Railway is a short-line railroad based in Morristown, New Jersey, chartered in 1895 as the Whippany River Railroad. It operates freight rail service in Morris County, New Jersey and surrounding areas on the original Whippany Line between Morristown and Roseland, as well as the Morris County-owned Dover & Rockaway Branch, Chester Branch, and High Bridge Branch. The M&E also operated the Maine Eastern Railroad from November 2003 to December 31, 2015. The modern Morristown & Erie traces Morristown and Erie Railway's roots to the original Whippany River Railroad, chartered on August 1, 1895, and hastily constructed to connect Morristown and Whippany.