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CSX Freq. in WV
 
« on: Sep 14th, 2015, 10:27pm »
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I am looking for up to date freq for CSX in my area I live around the Keyser WV area which is close to Cumberland MD if anybody has a list of these freq it would be appreciated.Thanks

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« Reply #1 on: Sep 15th, 2015, 4:42pm »
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160.230  -  AAR08 - CSX Road
160.320  -  AAR14 - CSX BF Dispatcher Baltimore - Mountain Sub
161.520  -  AAR94 - CSX BB Dispatcher Baltimore - Keystone & Cumberland Sub  
160.785  -  AAR45 - CSX M of W            
161.160  -  AAR70 - CSX Cumberland Yard
160.530  -  AAR28 - CSX Switching  
161.370  -  AAR84 - Georges Creek Railway (Industrial Shortline)
 
I'm over in McCoole.... these are the channels I carry in my Scanner. Dispatcher BB hands trains off the BF as they come out of Cumberland going west and BF will hand trains over to BB as they leave the Mt. Sub going into Cumberland.
 
Train Symbols you want to listen for are Q317 (westbound freight), Q316 (eastbound freight), B770 (WVC junction / mill switcher), B875 / B877 Mt. Storm Helpers..... Coal trains will be E, U, or N numbered trains.
 
Listen for the Defect Detector on track #1  at 21st. Bridge Road will tip you off that a westbound is approaching Keyser.
 
track #2 is normal eastbound traffic.
 
Crews calling "Bull Neck Curve" or "Brown Trout" is the signal at the Keyser Industrial Park....
 
WAS and EAS West Keyser are the signals at the old Z-Tower...
 
Have any Questions, just ask......
 
Tim Wilson
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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« Reply #2 on: Sep 15th, 2015, 5:05pm »
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http://forums.railfan.net/forums.cgi?board=CSX;action=display;num=1420150105;start=20
 
My posts on this thread will give you some idea of the more easier to access locations in and around Keyser...
 
Tim W.


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