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Old 04-27-2014, 7:05 AM
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Motorola HT1000 VHF 16 channel Originally owned by KCS Railroad in Louisiana, I got it as a trade in when they bought a new radio from my shop in Vegas

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My VHF / UHF and scanner radio setup on my desk. Top is a UHF 100 watt Motorola Spectra, 128 channel, sys9000 control head
Middle is a Radio Shack Pro-2067 trunking scanner radio.
Bottom radio is a Motorola Maxtrac 300, VHF 45 watts, 32 channels and DTMF mic

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I do have a Motorola Railroad Spectra but it is currently stored away at the moment.

The radios in the background if you can see them are a variety of Motorola HT1250' UHF's, MTS2000 Model 3 UHF's, Motorola Radius, p110, gp300, sp50+,, Maxtracs, MCS2000 UHF's, Ma-Com Harris OpenSky 700 MHz radios, Motorola XTL and APX's, Baofeng 888's, Wouxun dual bands and
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Old 04-27-2014, 7:59 AM
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Nice little set up there - it appears you like to listen to the railroad!

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