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Does anybody have any railroad frequencies

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Does anyone have any railroad frequencies used in the ravenna area i hear the trains all the time and i was wondering what frequencies they use to talk on?
 

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These are the ones for the Ravenna area:
1) CSX Road: 160.230
2) CSX Dispatch: 160.320
3) CSX Maintenance: 160.785
4) NS RR: 161.070
5) W+LE RR: 161.025
 

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What is the name of the shortline in Portage County? If it is the ABC Railroad, they are partners with the W&LE railroad and they both use 161.025. Sometimes the ABC RR uses 160.650 for switching.
Paul
 
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