I haven't been down there to ride/listen in several years, and I live just a bit out of radio range, but in the past 160.65 has been used as a repeater output with very good coverage from 101 to the coast, and for quite a few miles out. I think 161.085 was the uplink, but I'm not sure. The engineers would regularly call out waypoints as they proceeded along the line, so you could keep pretty good tabs on where they were. Not a lot of other chatter, and I don't recall seeing or hearing the on-board crew using their radios much if at all.qc said:Hi, I found some Frequencies listed under" MENDOCINO RAILWAY" on the fcc site. 160.6500, 161.0850, 160.2150
Great pic, thanks! That is (or WAS) Rod Whitney's Fairmont MT-19 motorcar, which at least used to have UHF, extended VHF (to include police, business and railroad VHF coverage) and i don't know what other radios.cquirk said:Picture of the speeder seen on the California Western, thought you might enjoy seeing it.