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Canadian National Railway (MB)

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Canadian National Railway Pages: National Channel Plan, AB, BC, MB, NB, NS, NT, ON, QC, SK

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There are no Frequency for Canadian National in Manitoba on Radio Reference

Subdivisions Run Info

The following chart Shows each Subdivisions run from low to high milage.

Subdivisions Low Mile High Mile

Location Info

Location info to use with scanners that can use rectangles. Location Based Scanning

Subdivisions Latitude Top Right Longitude Top Right Latitude Bottom Right Longitude Bottom Right


General Info

CN is the largest railway in Canada and is currently Canada's only transcontinental railway company, spanning Canada from the Atlantic coast in Nova Scotia to the Pacific coast in British Columbia.

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.

Background Frequency References

Yards

Symington Yard

Located on the eastern edge of Winnipeg, this large facility includes a hump yard, diesel shops and an Intermodal Terminal. Named after the Honourable H.J. Symington, a former CN Director for 20 years. The yard is connected to the Redditt Subdivision to the east, Rivers Subdivision to the west and Sprague Subdivision to the south-east.

Frequencies in use

  • 161.415 CN 1 Mainline end-to-end
  • 161.205 CN 2 Dispatch
  • 160.935 CN 3 Dispatch
  • 160.665 CN 4 Dispatch
  • 160.365 CN 5 Dispatch
  • 160.485 CN 6 Dispatch
  • 161.025 CN 8 Dispatch
  • 160.785 CN 20 Engineering/MOW
  • 161.385 CN C Tower

Subdivisions

Sprague Subdivision

This line travels south-east between Winnipeg and the Canada/United States border near Middlebro, MB and beyond.

Frequencies in use

  • 161.415 CN 1 Mainline end-to-end
  • 160.935 CN 3 Dispatch
  • 160.785 CN 20 Engineering/MOW

Redditt Subdivision

This line runs east from Winnipeg to the Manitoba/Ontario border near Winnitoba and beyond.

Frequencies in use

  • 161.415 CN 1 Mainline end-to-end
  • 160.665 CN 4 Dispatch
  • 160.785 CN 20 Engineering/MOW

Rivers Subdivision

This line runs west from Winnipeg to the Saskatchewan/Manitoba border near St. Lazare, MB and beyond.

Frequencies in use

  • 161.415 CN 1 Mainline end-to-end
  • 161.205 CN 2 Dispatch
  • 160.785 CN 20 Engineering/MOW




Canadian National Railway Pages: National Channel Plan, AB, BC, MB, NB, NS, NT, ON, QC, SK