Batten Kill Railroad Scanner Frequencies in New York

reporting mark: N/A
railroad class: Class III Railroad

There are currently 2 Batten Kill Railroad radio scanner frequencies from New York in our database.

Frequency Description
152.33General operations

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Batten Kill Railroad Information

The Batten Kill Railroad is a Class III railroad operating in New York. The BKRR was formed in 1982 beginning operations on October 22 of a pair of abandoned Delaware and Hudson Railway branch lines, totaling about 30 miles of track. The Greenwich and Johnsonville Railway (G&J) was incorporated in the late part of the 19th century, and built a rail line between Greenwich and Johnsonville, NY. Most of the alignment of the former G&J is Washington County Route 74. Around 1900, G&J became a subsidiary of the Delaware and Hudson Railway (D&H).