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NS Harrisburg Terminal Dispatch

The NS Harrisburg Terminal territory operates on AAR Channel 058 - 160.9800 MHz. This stream provides single channel, wide area coverage from a high elevation. It does not scan. See "Feed Notes" for some interesting information about this stream.
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This stream is brought to you by
The Harrisburg Chapter - National Railway Historical Society.
Help support this stream and support our education, restoration and preservation activities
by making a tax deductible donation at
http://HarrisburgNRHS.org/support.htm
 
Welcome to the NS Harrisburg Terminal Railroad Dispatcher stream!
 
 
If You See Something, Say Something!
Railroad enthusiasts can provide many additional pairs of eyes and ears to keep our railroads safe. You can help!
Report problems such as track obstructions, trespassers, vehicles stalled on the tracks, possible mechanical issues with moving trains, malfunctioning crossing protection, suspicious activity or other security issues. Contact the NS Railroad Police at 800-453-2530 or call 911.
 
About this Stream:
This stream is provided under the auspices of the Harrisburg Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society and Broadcastify.com as a service to the railfan community. For more information about the Harrisburg NRHS please visit our website at:
Special thanks go to:
 
The NS Harrisburg Terminal territory is a major nexus in Norfolk Southern’s railroad. The Harrisburg area sees a convergence of trains from the south (RR West) on the Lurgan Branch, from the north on the Buffalo Line, from the west on the Pittsburgh Line, from the east (New York, Philadelphia) on the Harrisburg Line, from the southeast (Baltimore, Delaware and Washington DC) on the Port Road / Royalton Branch and from Amtrak (New York, Philadelphia) on their Keystone Line.
 
The radio frequency is AAR Channel 058 - 160.9800 MHz.
 
This stream provides single channel, wide area coverage. It does not scan. It does not receive yard channels or the road channels of adjacent territories. However, you will hear the Hagerstown Dispatcher controlling The Lurgan Branch west of LEES CROSS ROADS as that desk uses the same radio channel. Radio signals are received from CANNON to the west, BURKE to the east, STONEY to the north, SHIP to the south (RR west) and ROY to the southeast (RR east.)
 
 
The NS Harrisburg Terminal desk covers the following rail lines:
 
Activity of note includes:
 
Defect Detectors heard on this feed include:
Harrisburg Line:
 Lurgan Branch:
 Pittsburgh Line:
Port Road Branch:

 

Adjacent Territories: The Harrisburg Chapter of the NRHS also maintains a radio stream of the NS Harrisburg East Dispatcher. This is the next territory to the east of the Harrisburg Terminal Desk and compliments this feed. It is also available on Broadcastify at:
http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/20906
 
Ron Zukosky maintains the NS Pittsburgh Line feed which is the territory immediately west of the Harrisburg Terminal. This feed comes from  a high elevation receive site and covers a huge chunck of the Pittsburgh Line. This feed is available on Broadcastify at:
http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/30792
 

TrainMon5: This territory is well covered by our companion TrainMon5 display. TrainMon5 uses your browser to provide a graphical display of the railroad in real-time, similar to what a dispatcher would see on their screens. The display runs on any browser and any device that supports a browser including both Windows and Apple computers, note pads and both Android and iOS smart phones. There is no need to install software on your device. However, there is an app for Android phones that can be installed if you choose to. The advantage of the app is greatly reduced data consumption if you are not on an unlimited data plan. Sorry, there is no app for iPhones.

You will need to establish an account to access the TrainMon5 server. There are a number of hoops to jump through for security reasons, but you only have to do this once. It will take time for your account to be approved as each request is reviewed by a human being. The address for TrainMon5 is: https://www.trainmon5.com/

 

Key locations on this territory are very well documented in
“The Railfan’s Guide for Google Earth” available for download at:
https://groups.io/g/RailfansGuide
Again, you need to join the group to download the file. Note that this is a large file and may take some time to load in Google Earth.
 
 
Happy Monitoring!
Harrisburg Chapter - National Railway Historical Society