Stourbridge Railroad Scanner Frequencies in Pennsylvania

reporting mark: N/A
railroad class: Shortline Railroad

There is currently 1 Stourbridge Railroad radio scanner frequency from Pennsylvania in our database.

Frequency Description
160.455General operations

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Stourbridge Railroad Information

The Stourbridge Railroad is a shortline railroad that operates a 25 miles (40 km) former Erie Lackawanna Railroad branch line between Honesdale and Norfolk Southern Railway in Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania. The line was previously owned by the Lackawaxen-Honesdale Shippers Association and operated under contract by Robey Railroads. The operation was contracted to the Morristown & Erie Railway in January 2009; service ended in 2011. Service was resumed by the Delaware Lackawaxen & Stourbridge Railroad Company May 9, 2015 The railroad traces Stourbridge Railroad's beginnings to the Delaware & Hudson Canal transporting barges of coal up from Pennsylvania and destined for the Hudson River and eventually the ports of New York City.