reporting mark: N/A
railroad class: Class II Railroad
There are currently 7 Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad radio scanner frequencies from Ohio in our database.
|160.215||Conneaut Terminal - General operations|
|160.485||Conneaut Terminal - General operations|
|161.04||Conneaut Terminal - General operations|
|161.31||Conneaut Terminal - General operations|
|161.55||Conneaut Terminal - General operations|
|161.22||Maintenance of Way|
The Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad is a Class II railroad that operates in northwestern Pennsylvania and northeastern Ohio. The railroad's main route runs from the Lake Erie port of Conneaut, Ohio to the Pittsburgh suburb of Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, a distance of 139 miles (224 km). The original rail ancestor of the B&LE, the Shenango and Allegheny Railroad, began operation in October 1869. Rail operations were maintained continuously by various corporate descendants on the growing system that ultimately became the B&LE in 1900.