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Rio Grande Scenic Railroad

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Does anyone know what frequencies/channels are currently used by the Rio Grande Scenic Railroad out of Alamosa (La Veta Pass route)? I see old references to AAR 2, 8, 45 and 54 but these are likely out of date and they may have even switched to digital or other frequencies. Thanks.
 

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It's a pretty low budget operation, so I sort of doubt they will invest in new technology. They were analog on the AAR frequencies a couple of years ago when I was down there. Was pretty quiet overall.
 
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