Adirondack Scenic Railroad Scanner Frequencies in New York

reporting mark: N/A
railroad class: Tourist Railroad

There are currently 2 Adirondack Scenic Railroad radio scanner frequencies from New York in our database.

Frequency Description
160.44General operations

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Adirondack Scenic Railroad Information

The Adirondack Scenic Railroad is a tourist railway located in the Adirondack Park that operates over trackage of the former New York Central Railroad between Utica and Lake Placid. The railroad is operated by the not-for-profit Adirondack Railroad Preservation Society, with train crews composed largely of volunteers. ASR operates between Utica and Remsen over trackage of the Mohawk, Adirondack and Northern Railroad, part of the Genesee Valley Transportation Company. The Remsen-Lake Placid segment is owned by the state of New York and designated as a multi-use corridor for rail traffic during the spring, summer, and fall seasons, and as a snowmobile trail during the winter months.