Chicago Junction Railway Scanner Frequencies

reporting mark: N/A
railroad class: Terminal Railroad

Below are the the states we have Chicago Junction Railway radio scanner frequencies for:

The Chicago Junction Railway operated a switching and terminal railroad in Chicago, connecting the Union Stock Yards with most other railroads in the city. It also briefly operated an outer belt, which became the Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad in 1907. The New York Central Railroad acquired control of the company in 1922 and leased it to subsidiary Chicago River and Indiana Railroad. The line is now owned and operated by the Norfolk Southern Railway.