Union Pacific Police?

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Billknn

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UPRR - Laredo

Go to the "Database", click on "Texas". Go to "area - wide agencies, then go to "Railroads". Scroll down thru all the railroads in Texas and find the one you are interested in then look for "Laredo."

I entered ALL the AAR channels and scanned them, then saved the ones in use in my area or the areas I am passing through.

Bill
 

texasemt13

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I entered ALL the AAR channels and scanned them, then saved the ones in use in my area or the areas I am passing through.
I second Bill's suggestion. I have the whole bandplan programmed in, but know they only use 4 frequencies around here. Either way, it's good to have them all. When the rail construction crew went through last month, they were using a channel that isn't normally used around here. Since I had the bandplan programmed in, it was easy to find them on AAR Channel 20.
 

SCPD

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I've become a Rail fan lately and I hear rail police on Yard, Road and channels not designated as POLICE more than the AAR Rail Police assignments. So listen to everything!
 
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