BNSF Railway Scanner Frequencies in Washington

reporting mark: BNSF
railroad class: Class I Railroad

There are currently 32 BNSF Railway radio scanner frequencies from Washington in our database.

Frequency Description
161.16Bellingham Subdivision - Burlington Yard
160.32Bellingham Subdivision - Delta Yard
161.01Bellingham Subdivision - Delta Yard
161.1Bellingham Subdivision - Everett Yard
161.25Bellingham Subdivision - PA Junction to Canadian Border
161.01Cherry Point Subdivision - Arco Lead
161.25Cherry Point Subdivision - Custer to Cherry Point
161.1Columbia River Subdivsion - Latah Junction to Wenatchee
161.16Columbia River Subdivsion - Wenatchee Yard
161.25Kettle Falls Subdivision - Chewelah to Napa Street
161.16Lakeside Subdivision - Marshall to Pasco East
161.445Lakeside Subdivision - Pasco East to SPS Junction
161.25Lakeside Subdivision - Sunset Junction to Marshall
161.1Scenic Subdivsion - Lowell to Wenatchee
160.92Scenic Subdivsion - Maintenance of Way
161.25Scenic Subdivsion - MP18 to Lowell
161.16Scenic Subdivsion - Seattle to MP18
160.65Seattle Subdivison - Balmer Yard
161.31Seattle Subdivison - Balmer Yard
161.25Seattle Subdivison - North Vancouver Junction to Vancouver
161.16Seattle Subdivison - Portland to Seattle
161.16Seattle Subdivison - Seattle to Tukwila
161.01Seattle Subdivison - Stacy Yard
161.37Seattle Subdivison - Tacoma
161.1Seattle Subdivison - Tenino to North Vancouver Junction
161.415Seattle Subdivison - Tukwila to Tenino
161.25Stampede Subdivision - Ellensburg to Rainier
161.25Sumas Subdivision - Burlington to Sumas
161.01Sumas Subdivision - Sumas Yard
161.04Yakima Valley Subdivsion - Maintenance of Way
161.25Yakima Valley Subdivsion - SPS Junction to Ellensburg
161.1Yakima Valley Subdivsion - Yakima Yard

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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.