by Clean Cab
MNCRR9000 wrote:Thanks for the list Capecodlocoguy. Thats perfect. I know this is a little off topic but you by any chance wouldn't happen to have a accurate list of frequencies for Providence and Worcester would you?
capecodlocoguy wrote:The most up to date list.................
Metro North Railroad Radio Channels (East of Hudson)
Channel 1 - 160.950 (AAR Channel 56)
Hudson Line CP 8 to CP 75, North White Plains Yard, Stamford Yard, New Haven Yard.
Channel 2 - 161.280 (AAR Channel 78)
Hudson Line GCT to CP 7, Harlem Line CP 106 to CP 82, Brewster Yard, GCT Yard, Stamford Yard (shop switching moves).
Channel 3 - 160.545 (AAR Channel 29)
New Haven Line CP 212 to CP 274, New Canaan Branch, Danbury Branch, Waterbury Branch, Harmon Yard, Highbridge Yard.
Channel 4 (A) – 160.410* (AAR Channel 20)
Harlem/Hudson MOW, 3rd Rail Dept, Structures Dept.
Channel 4 (B) - 161.070 (AAR Channel 64)
CSX Road Channel 2 used on MN engines and MU’s as channel 4.
Channel 5 – 161.160* (AAR Channel 70)
New Haven Line MOW/ Power Dept, GCT Station Master’s Office, Signal Control Desk.
Channel 6 (A) – 160.770 (AAR Channel 44)
MN “talk-around” channel on portables and mobile radios, Harmon Shop.
Channel 6 (B) – 160.335 (AAR Channel 15)
GCT Tunnel Emergency Channel.
MTA PD Channel 1 (Disp) – 161.220* (AAR Channel 74)
MTA PD Channel 2 (Car/ Car) – 160.560* (AAR Channel 30)
(*) Transmits with CTCSS tone 123.0
Sorry, I don't have any other railroad's list of frequencies in as much detail as I do MNRR .
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