reporting mark: ALQS
railroad class: Shortline Railroad
There are currently 5 Aliquippa and Ohio River Railroad radio scanner frequencies from Pennsylvania in our database.
The Aliquippa and Ohio River Railroad is a six-mile shortline railroad in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, United States, controlled by Genesee & Wyoming Inc. through Aliquippa and Ohio River Railroad's ownership of the Ohio Central Railroad System. It lies between CSX Transportation's ex-Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad line and the Ohio River, extending south from CSX's yard in northern Aliquippa to near the Ambridge-Aliquippa Bridge. Formerly known as the Aliquippa and Southern Railroad (reporting mark ALQS), Aliquippa and Ohio River Railroad's owner and primary customer was LTV Steel, which mostly closed Aliquippa and Ohio River Railroad's Aliquippa plant in 1985 and sold the line to the Ohio Central in 2002.