Evansville Western Railway Scanner Frequencies in Indiana

reporting mark: N/A
railroad class: Class III Common Carrier Shortline Railroad

There is currently 1 Evansville Western Railway radio scanner frequency from Indiana in our database.

Frequency Description
160.815General operations

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Evansville Western Railway Information

The Evansville Western Railway is a Class III common carrier shortline railroad operating in the Southern Illinois and Indiana region. Evansville Western Railway's one of three regional railroad subsidiaries owned and operated by P&L Transportation. Founded in August 2005, the railroad commenced Evansville Western Railway's first operations on January 1, 2006, when P&L Transportation, formerly Four Rivers Transportation, the parent company of both the Evansville Western and Paducah & Louisville railroads, leased 124.5 miles (200.4 km) of mainline track, ties and track equipment between CSX's Howell Yard in Evansville, Indiana and the end-of-track at Okawville, Illinois from CSX Transportation. This line was once part of the Louisville & Nashville's former Saint Louis Subdivision route that previously terminated in the metro-area of East St.