NS Pittsburgh Line
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The Pittsburgh Line is a rail line that is located in state of the Pennsylvania and it is owned and operated by the Norfolk Southern Railway. The Pittsburgh Line is Norfolk Southern Railway's primary east–west artery in its Pittsburgh Division and Harrisburg Division across Pennsylvania and it is part of the Amtrak-Norfolk Southern combined rail corridor, the Keystone Corridor. The Pittsburgh Line spans 248 miles (399 km) between the state capitol in Harrisburg and its namesake city of Pittsburgh, crossing the Allegheny Mountains through the Gallitzin Tunnels west of Altoona and the famous Horseshoe Curve in the process. Its east end is marked with the railroad's Harrisburg Line to Reading and Philadelphia, and the Fort Wayne Line on its west end to Conway, Pennsylvania and points west in Ohio and Indiana. This feed will be broadcasting the primary radio channel, AAR channel 46/46, 160.800 MHz only, receiving from a mountaintop site in Franklin County, PA at 2475' AMSL. Estimated coverage on the line is from Harrisburg, PA to around Cresson, PA Additional Details: Additional counties covered: Dauphin, Juniata, Mifflin, Huntington, Blair and Cambria