Live railroad communications on Union Pacific radio frequencies around Roseville, Donner Pass, and the greater Sacramento,CA area. Also, hear BNSF trackage-rights trains and Amtrak operating on UP lines in the coverage area.
Monitors the Union Pacific (UP) railroad around Roseville, Donner Pass, and the greater Sacramento, CA area.
California Northern Ch. 085 (161.385) West Valley Sub.
Other Sacramento area shortlines SAV and SNRY
Feed covers railroad communications from the feed receiver located in Rocklin,CA. Typical coverage is North to Marrysville, South to Elk Grove, East to Colfax, and West to Davis. Depending on various conditions in weather, receiver performance can vary where increased or decreased reception range may be encountered.
UP Subdivisions covered fully or in-part by this feed are: Roseville (Dispatcher 74), Valley (Dispatcher 57 & 66), Canyon (Dispatcher 57), Sacramento (Dispatcher 56), Fresno (Dispatcher 57 & 56), Martinez (Dispatcher 57 & 62), Oakland (Dispatcher 58).
UP detectors that can be heard on this feed are located at the following mile posts (shown in red):
44.6@ North Florin,55.5between Elk Grove and Need, and 91.1 Between Hunter St. and N. Lathrop(Fresno Sub).
111.9track 1,111.0, 112.2track 2 in Rocklin/Loomis and 131.7track 1,130.8track 2 near Bowman (Roseville Sub).
97.7track 1 & 2 between Citrus Heights and Swanston,78.7between Mikon and East Davis, 63.2between Pitt and Tolenas, 37.1 between Marsh and Benicia (Martinez Sub)
116.9 @ Lincoln and 136.4 between Ostrom and Binney Jct. (Valley Sub).
148.0between Del Paso and Pleasant Grove and161.1between Pleasant Grove and Mounkes (Sacramento Sub).
69.5 between Ayala and Midway (Oakland Sub)
Additional detector, train, and dispatcher transmissions can be heard when tropospheric ducting and other phenomanon allow reception beyond typical receiver coverage. This occurs primarily during Spring and Summer months.