CP Rail (ON)
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The Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR), is operated by Canadian Pacific Railway Limited. Its rail network stretches from Vancouver to Montreal, and also serves major cities in the United States such as Minneapolis, Chicago, and New York City. Its headquarters is in Calgary, Alberta. It owns approximately 14,000 route miles of track all across Canada and into the United States, stretching from Montreal to Vancouver, as far north as Edmonton.
The company acquired two American lines in 2009: the Dakota, Minnesota and Eastern Railroad and the Iowa, Chicago and Eastern Railroad. The trackage of the ICE was at one time a part of CP subsidiary Soo Line and predecessor line The Milwaukee Road. The combined DME/ICE system spanned North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wisconsin, and Iowa, as well as two short stretches into two other states which included a line to Kansas City, Missouri and a line to Chicago, Illinois. It was Canada's first transcontinental railway. Now primarily a freight railway, the CPR was for decades the only practical means of long distance passenger transport in most regions of Canada, and was instrumental in the settlement and development of Western Canada
Almost all scanners on the market can receive the railroad band, some have search bands dedicated to the railroad monitoring and will identify frequency by it's AAR channel number.
|Frequency||Input||License||Type||Tone Out||Tone In||Alpha Tag||Description||Mode||Tag|
|161.47500||BM||CSQ||CP001||Standby - Mainline 1||FM||Railroad|
|161.11500||BM||CSQ||CP004||Standby - Mainline 2||FM||Railroad|
|161.32500||BM||CSQ||CP005||Standby - Mainline 3||FM||Railroad|
|161.53500||BM||CSQ||CP007||Standby - Mainline 4||FM||Railroad|
|160.81500||BM||CSQ||CP082||Standby - Mainline 5||FM||Railroad|
|161.07000||BM||CSQ||CP090||CP 90 Utility||FM||Railroad|
|161.14500||BM||CSQ||CP093||CP 93 Utility||FM||Railroad|
|161.35500||BM||CSQ||CP099||CP 99 Yard||FM||Railroad|
|160.81500||160.42500||RM||CSQ||CP107||CP 107 Utility||FM||Railroad|
|161.14500||160.87500||RM||CSQ||CP145||CP 145 Utility||FM||Railroad|
|160.86000||BM||CSQ||CP159||CP 159 Utility||FM||Railroad|
|160.80000||BM||CSQ||CP176||CP 176 Utility||FM||Railroad|
|161.58000||BM||CSQ||CP197||CP 197 Standby||FM||Railroad|
|161.53500||161.58000||RM||CSQ||CP198||CP 198 RTC Call In||FM||Railroad|
CPR Toronto Yard is a facility located in northeast Toronto, Ontario often incorrectly referred to as Agincourt Yard because it is located in Agincourt, a neighbourhood of Scarborough.
One of the largest marshalling yards in Canada, the Toronto Yard is used to switch freight cars.
Opened in April 1964, the facility was designed as a hump yard, and is bounded by Sheppard Avenue to the south, McCowan Road to the west, Markham Road to the east and Finch Avenue to the north.
This yard replaced the old CPR Lambton Yard and West Toronto Yard as the main freight marshalling yard. The yard can be accessed from Markham and McCowan Roads.
Railway repair equipment is stored along the east side of the facility.
Hump Yard Frequencies
from code plug
- 161.475 161.475 CP 01
- 161.475 161.535 CP 02
- 161.475 160.425 CP 03
- 161.115 161.115 CP 04
- 161.325 161.325 CP 05
- 161.325 160.425 CP 06
- 161.535 161.535 CP 07
- 161.535 160.425 CP 08
- 161.115 160.425 CP 09
- 160.725 160.425 CP 10
- 160.845 160.845 CP 11
- 160.845 160.245 CP 15
- 160.185 160.185 CP 56
- 160.725 160.725 CP 78
- 160.875 160.875 CP 83
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