Butte Anaconda and Pacific Railway Scanner Frequencies in Montana

reporting mark: BAP
railroad class: Shortline Railroad

There are currently 2 Butte Anaconda and Pacific Railway radio scanner frequencies from Montana in our database.

Frequency Description
160.32General operations
160.38General operations

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Butte Anaconda and Pacific Railway Information

The Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway (reporting mark BAP) is a shortline railroad in the U.S. state of Montana which was founded in 1892. It was financed by the interests behind the Anaconda Copper Mining Company and operated primarily to carry copper ore from the mines at Butte, Montana to the smelters at Anaconda, Montana, although the company was chartered as a common carrier and also carried passengers and general freight. The railroad as a whole lost much of its business following the closure of the Anaconda smelters, and in 1985 was sold to a consortium of local investors and reconstituted as the Rarus Railway (reporting mark RARW). On July 19, 2007, Patriot Rail Corporation, the parent company which acquired Rarus Railway in May 2007, announced that the railway's name was officially changed back to Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway.