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There is currently 1 Oil Creek and Titusville Railroad radio scanner frequency from Pennsylvania in our database.
The Oil Creek and Titusville Railroad is the designated operator of the railroad, as well as the freight carrier on the line. The Oil Creek and Titusville operates over tracks that were originally built as the main line of the Buffalo, New York and Philadelphia Railroad in the 1880s; trackage in Titusville was originally owned by the Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley and Pittsburgh Railroad. The Buffalo, New York and Philadelphia was reorganized in 1887 into the Western New York and Pennsylvania Railroad, which was eventually acquired by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1900.