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railroad class: Class III Railroad
There is currently 1 Ontario Midland Railroad radio scanner frequency from New York in our database.
The Ontario Midland Railroad is an American Class III railroad company operating in western New York.It was created to operate a portion of the former Rome, Watertown and Ogdensburg Railroad line from Oswego's West Yard to Suspension Bridge in Niagara Falls. The first OMID train operated October 1, 1979. The railroad initially operated from Hannibal in Oswego County to Webster in Monroe County. Subsequently operations ceased between Wolcott and Hannibal.