BNSF Railway Scanner Frequencies in Minnesota

reporting mark: BNSF
railroad class: Class I Railroad

There are currently 35 BNSF Railway radio scanner frequencies from Minnesota in our database.

Frequency Description
161.385Dilworth - Switching
161.55Dilworth Yard, Duluth Yard & Midway Intermodal
160.605Duluth Yard & Rices Point Yard
160.26General operations
160.41General operations
160.425General operations
160.485General operations
160.5General operations
160.515General operations
160.59General operations
160.62General operations
160.665General operations
160.71General operations
160.995General operations
161.01General operations
161.13General operations
161.31General operations
161.49General operations
160.83Maintenance of Way
160.65Midway Intermodel, Northtown Industries & Willmar Yard
161.025Midway Yard
161.34Northtown Yard - Remote Control Switching
161.385Road - Ada, Casco, Fertile, Grand Forks, Hib, Lakes, Noyes, P Line & Warroad Subdivisions
161.25Road - Allouez & Lakes Subdivisions and Dilworth Terminal Dispatcher
161.1Road - Appleton, Aurora, Corson, Hinckley, Lakes & Watertown Subdivisions
161.16Road - Brainerd, KO, Marshall, Midway & Staples Subdivisions
160.92Road - Browns Valley, Moorhead, Morris & Wayzata Subdivisions
160.65Road - Minneapolis Junction to Dale Street
160.335Road - Minneapolis Junction to Wayzata
161.415Road - Monticello & Staples Subdivisions and Superior Dispatcher
160.695Road - St. Croix Subdivision
162.385Staples Subdivision
160.605Wisconsin Section - Duluth Terminal
160.41Yard 35th Tower and Dilworth & East Grand Forks Yards

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BNSF Railway Information

The BNSF Railway Company is the largest freight railroad network in North America. One of eight North American Class I railroads, BNSF has 44,000 employees, 32,500 miles (52,300 km) of track in 28 states, and more than 8,000 locomotives. It has three transcontinental routes that provide rail connections between the western and eastern United States. BNSF trains traveled over 169 million miles (272 million km) in 2010, more than any other North American railroad.