BNSF/UP Tri-Cities Washington Area Rail
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You will hear BNSF trains traversing between the Fallbridge, Lakeside, and Yakima Valley Subdivisions. The Tri-Cities consists of Pasco, Richland, and Kennewick, Washington. There is alot of traffic on this stream as there are a ton of trains arriving, departing, and crew changing in Pasco Yard. The BNSF main tracks through Pasco are controlled by a control operator called the "Pasco Telegraph." You will hear several crew shuttle vans transporting crews all across the area.You will also hear UP Dispatcher 41 controlling trains on the Ayer Subdivision. UP trains heard are often traveling to or from points north in Canada. The UP also has two switch jobs (LID40 and LID48) that service customers in the area. You will also hear the Columbia and Walla Walla railroad interchanging with the UP at Wallula.
Defect Detectors Heard
The stream reciever is located in Kennewick, WA. The receiver is a Kenwood TK-790 connected to a copper tube J-Pole antenna fed with LMR-400 coax. The antenna is mounted 20 feet above the house. The reciever is connected to a Barix In-Streamer to encode the audio which is fed to the Shoutcast Distributed Audio Server.
This stream is broadcasting courtesy of Jason J Hill of Kennewick, WA.