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 Durham Region GTA East

CN, CP, VIA Rail & Metrolinx railroad radio communications near Oshawa, Ontario, east of Toronto.
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Feed Notes

This feed monitors CN, CP, VIA & Metrolinx Rail radio communication in Oshawa and Whitby Ontario in The Region of Durham, specifically:

CN Rail: The Kingston Sub. from Grafton MP 256.1 to Guildwood MP 321.2, the York Sub. from Pickering Junction MP 0.0 to Doncaster MP 18.4 and the Metrolinx GO Sub. from Durham Jct. MP 0.0 to Oshawa North MP 11.6  including movements in and out of the GO Transit Metrolinx East Maintenance Facility in Whitby. You will also hear CN switching and Beltpack operations at the Oshawa yard, Oshawa Harbour Spur and the Whitby service track.

CN Edmonton based RTCs now control all movements on the Kingston,  York and GO/Metrolinx subdivisions. They will identify themselves as the Edmonton, Metrolinx or MX Toronto East RTC.

VIA Rail: On board services at the Oshawa Station MP 301.6 on the CN Kingston Sub.

CP Rail: The Belleville Sub. from Lovekin MP 155.6 to Neilsons MP 195.9 

Metrolinx: Communications on the Lakeshore Lines and Union Station area

Oshawa Rail Yards Notes

The Oshawa GM truck production plant is in the process of being restarted which, when completed, will generate aditional local rail traffic.         The CN Oshawa yard is currently being used for car and train storage, is home to yard job 546 and is often nearly full. CN Trains 516 (Mac Yard to Belleville) & 517 (Belleville to Mac Yard)  and others are daily regulars at Oshawa Yard.

The CP Oshawa yard is not being used and it's access to the CP Belleville Sub main line is expected to be used when Metrolinx expands rail service east to Clarington - info in this link:

References to these locations, radio frequencies, train numbers and much more information can be found in the Canadian Trackside Guide published annually by the Bytown Railway Society:

This is a busy area with talking detectors and plenty of radio communications between train crews, RTC, track foremen & MOW crews.

This feed ia also available in real time with no timeouts using the ProScan Free Client Windows app available for download at  ProScan

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