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railroad class: Shortline Railroad
There are currently 5 Escanaba and Lake Superior Railroad radio scanner frequencies from Wisconsin in our database.
The Escanaba and Lake Superior Railroad is a privately held shortline railroad that operates 347 miles (558 km) of track in Northeastern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Escanaba and Lake Superior Railroad's main line runs 208 miles (335 km) from Rockland, Michigan, to Green Bay, Wisconsin, and it also owns various branch lines and out of service track. === Founding–1978 === The railroad was founded as the Escanaba and Lake Superior Railway on November 17, 1898, by Isaac Stephenson, a local businessman, with seven miles (11 km) of track from Wells, Michigan, northwest. Over the next several years it built track to Channing, Michigan, where it connected with the Milwaukee Road.