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Gemini Plant Closes

The Gemini plant in Schrader, PA has closed due to the downturn in construction.

Rail Service Restored

Mithuna Industries, the parent company of Gemini Cement, located on the Fairlawn Industrial Track, has announced rail service has been restored to their Lycoming County plant.


How Sweet It Is

The new bulk sweetener distributer along the Fairlawn Industrial Track is Synergy Sweeteners.  The site is along the newly rebuilt Fairlawn Industrial Track, it will receive inbound product by rail and ship by truck.

Wainright Expands

Wainright Tractor & Machinery has expanded their facility.  They have added a loading ramp to unload tractors and other machinery delivered by rail.

Food for Thought

Another new customer for the SCRR.  Farmer's Pride has opened a plant on the Valley Industrial Track.  They process and package all manner of food products.  They will be receiving shipments of meats and vegetables in refrigerated boxcars as well as bulk ingrediants such as sugar, grains, and oils.

Suscon, Inc.

Another plastic products manufacturer has relocated to the SCRR.  Suscon receives plastic pellets and produces plastic sub-assemblies for major manufacturers around the country.

Jersey Shore Steel Expands

JSS has expanded to include a new pipe manufacturing facility.  The steel mill has also revamped their in-plant trackage for more efficient switching.

Welcome to the Susquehanna Central Railroad


The SCRR is a modern day regional bridge line that links New England, eastern New York, and northeast Pennsylvania with western Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, and eastern Ohio.

Originally built to haul newly discovered deposits of bituminous coal from the region surrounding Eagles Mere Pennsylvania, it quickly grew as shippers discovered our dedication to service.

Utilizing the right of way of the former Susquehanna & New York and the Pennsylvania Railroad's Elmira Branch, an efficient means to bring coal to market was created. Building on that start, the railroad has expanded into other markets by extending rails to Binghamton, NY & Pittsburgh, PA and beyond.

Through this website, you can explore the history of this railroad and well as predecessor companies. Maps and photos, past and present, are provided, as well.

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