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Sub Frequencies

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Nov 23, 2004
Marion, IL
Although high altitude aircraft comms is my number one radio interest, I got into RR comms back in May and I really enjoy it. My only regret is that it took 32 years in the radio hobby to finally discover it. My favorite thing to listen to are not the trains, not the dispatchers, but the track detector broadcasts. I classify myself as a serious train enthusiast and go train watching every Sunday morning.

Finding the local Sub frequencies can be done within 30 minutes by scanning the RR frequency allocations, but I'm far more interested in the areas covered by the frequency than the frequency itself. Is there a publication that can be purchased or are there any sites on the internet that depicts the areas covered by each Sub?

Mark Holmes
Marion, IL
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