BNSF Railway Scanner Frequencies in Wyoming

reporting mark: BNSF
railroad class: Class I Railroad

There are currently 28 BNSF Railway radio scanner frequencies from Wyoming in our database.

Frequency Description
161.16Big Horn Subdivision - Gillette & Sheridan Yards
160.92Big Horn Subdivision - Gillette to Sheridan
161.1Big Horn Subdivision - Sheridan to Huntley
160.725Black Hills Subdivision - Donkey Creek Yard
160.92Black Hills Subdivision - East Gillette to West Gillette
161.16Black Hills Subdivision - Edgemont & Gillette Yards
161.385Black Hills Subdivision - Edgemont to East Gillette
160.695Black Hills Subdivision - Edgemont Yard
161.385Campbell Subdivision - Campbell to Eagle Butte Junction
161.1Canyon Subdivision - East Guernsey to Bridger Junction
160.785Canyon Subdivision - Guernsey Yard
161.43Casper Subdivision - Casper Yard
160.32Casper Subdivision - Greybull Yard
160.77Casper Subdivision - Laurel to Bridger Junction
161.16Casper Subdivision - Limestone to Stucco Switching
161.16Cody Subdivision - Frannie to Cody
161.43Dutch Subdivsion - Decker & Spring Creek Mine Loading
160.92Dutch Subdivsion - Dutch to Spring Creek
160.785Front Range Subdivision - Guernsey Yard
161.16Front Range Subdivision - Wendover to Utah Junction
161.1Orin Subdivision - Bridger Junction to MP 206
161.28Orin Subdivision - Maintenance of Way
161.385Orin Subdivision - MP 206 to Donkey Creek Junction
160.785Valley Subdivsion - Guernsey Yard
160.875Valley Subdivsion - Minatare to Torrington
160.71Valley Subdivsion - Northport Switching
160.92Valley Subdivsion - Northport to WSS Bradley
161.265Valley Subdivsion - WSS Bradley to East Guernsey

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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.