Turtle Creek Industrial Railroad Scanner Frequencies in Pennsylvania

reporting mark: TCKR
railroad class: N/A

There is currently 1 Turtle Creek Industrial Railroad radio scanner frequency from Pennsylvania in our database.

Frequency Description
463.7General operations

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Turtle Creek Industrial Railroad Information

The Turtle Creek Industrial Railroad (reporting mark TCKR) was a shortline freight railroad that operated in western Pennsylvania between the boroughs of Export and Trafford, where it connected to the Pittsburgh Line. The TCKR was a wholly owned subsidiary of the Dura-Bond Corporation, a steel products company headquartered in Export. The company purchased the railroad from Conrail (the successor to the Pennsylvania Railroad) in 1982. For the next 27 years, three to five trains per week made the round trip along just over ten miles of track, delivering materials such as steel pipe to the shortline's parent company in Export and lumber to lumber yards in neighboring Murrysville.