Columbia Basin Railroad Scanner Frequencies in Washington

reporting mark: N/A
railroad class: Shortline Railroad

There are currently 3 Columbia Basin Railroad radio scanner frequencies from Washington in our database.

Frequency Description
160.845General operations
160.905General operations
161.355General operations

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Columbia Basin Railroad Information

The Columbia Basin Railroad is a common freight carrier that operates between Ephrata and Connell in the state of Washington, USA. The CBRR connects the Washington communities of Ephrata, Air Base, Moses Lake, Wheeler, Schrag, Warden, Othello and Connell. The Columbia Basin Railroad was established in 1986 as part of the Washington Central Railroad Company, which bought 230 miles (370 km) of railway in Central Washington from Burlington Northern. The company, owned by Eric Temple, also owned the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train operating in King County, Washington. According to Railway Age, the CBRR was the busiest shortline railroad in Washington in 2014, with over 10,000 carloads annually of agricultural and industrial shipments.