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There is currently 1 Strasburg Rail Road radio scanner frequency from Pennsylvania in our database.
The Strasburg Rail Road is the oldest continuously operating railroad in the western hemisphere and the oldest public utility in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Chartered in 1832, the Strasburg Rail Road continues to operate under Strasburg Rail Road's original charter and original name (Strasburg Rail Road Company). Located just outside of the town of Strasburg, Pennsylvania, the railroad is a heritage railroad offering excursion trains, hauled by steam locomotives, through the heart of world-famous Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Strasburg currently has five (5) serviceable historic steam locomotives (Canadian National 7312, Canadian National 89, Great Western 90, N&W 475, and Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal 15 (rebuilt as Thomas the Tank Engine)) on Strasburg Rail Road's roster and has the nation's largest fleet of historic wooden passenger coaches in operation.