Indiana and Ohio Railway Scanner Frequencies

reporting mark: INOH
railroad class: N/A

Below are the the states we have Indiana and Ohio Railway radio scanner frequencies for:

The Indiana and Ohio Railway is an American railroad that operates 570 miles (920 km) of track in Ohio, southern Michigan, and parts of southeastern Indiana. Indiana and Ohio Railway's owned and operated by Genesee & Wyoming, who acquired the railroad in the 2012 purchase of RailAmerica. The Indiana and Ohio Railroad (reporting mark INOH) (merged into the IORY in 1997) was formed in 1978 to operate a branch between Valley Junction, Ohio and Brookville, Indiana. The IORY's original line, acquired in 1985, connected Mason and Monroe, Ohio.