Union Pacific Railroad Scanner Frequencies in Oregon

reporting mark: UP
railroad class: Class I Railroad

There are currently 24 Union Pacific Railroad radio scanner frequencies from Oregon in our database.

Frequency Description
160.74Ayer Subdivision - Hinkle to Fish Lake
160.515Bend Subdivision - OTJ to Bend
161.55Brooklyn Subdivision - Coalca to Swain
160.515Brooklyn Subdivision - E Portland to Coalca
160.41Brooklyn Subdivision - Eugene Yard
161.415Brooklyn Subdivision - Eugene Yard
160.56Brooklyn Subdivision - Swain to Oakridge
160.785Cascade Subdivision - Calimus to Klamath Falls
160.32Cascade Subdivision - Klamath Falls Yard
160.47Cascade Subdivision - Klamath Falls Yard
160.56Cascade Subdivision - Oakridge to Calimus
160.41Huntington Subdivison - Haines to La Grande
160.515Huntington Subdivison - Nampa to Haines
160.68Huntington Subdivison - Nampa Tower
160.41La Grande Subdivision - Hinkle to La Grande
160.47La Grande Subdivision - Hump Yardmaster
160.83La Grande Subdivision - Yard
160.785Modoc Subdivision - Texum
160.32Modoc Subdivision - Texum to Alturas
160.68Portland Subdivision - Albina Yard
160.41Portland Subdivision - Arlington to Hinkle
160.47Portland Subdivision - Hinkle Hump Yardmaster
160.83Portland Subdivision - Hinkle Trim Yardmaster
160.515Portland Subdivision - Portland to Arlington

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Union Pacific Railroad Information

Union Pacific Railroad is a freight hauling railroad that operates 8,500 locomotives over 32,100 route-miles in 23 states west of Chicago and New Orleans. The Union Pacific Railroad system is the second largest in the United States after the BNSF Railway and is one of the world's largest transportation companies. The Union Pacific Railroad is the principal operating company of the Union Pacific Corporation (NYSE UNP); both are headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska. Union Pacific is known for pioneering multiple innovative locomotives, typically the most powerful of their era.