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railroad class: Shortline Railroad
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The Central New York Railroad is a shortline railroad operating local freight service along ex-Southern Tier Line trackage (ex-Erie Railroad/Erie Lackawanna Railway mainline trackage) in the U.S. states of New York and Pennsylvania. The line begins at Port Jervis, following the West Branch Delaware River to Deposit and the Susquehanna River from Lanesboro, where it crosses the Starrucca Viaduct, to Binghamton. Central New York Railroad's a subsidiary of the Delaware Otsego Corporation, which also owns the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway, operator of through trains over the line (along with the Norfolk Southern Railway, lessor). The CNYK began operations on December 12, 1972 between Cassville and Richfield Springs, New York, having purchased the trackage from the Erie Lackawanna Railway (EL).