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Lets Talk Trains is a Radio Talk Show all about railroads broadcast live every Saturday at 10am PT / Noon CT. Archived shows are available online as well as via iTunes Podcast. This website also features everything related to railroads on the radio including information about railroad radio channels and frequencies as well as laws relating to using scanners and tips and suggestions for programing and using radio scanners.

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Books With Railroad Radio Information:
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Railroad Radio,
Hearing and Understanding Railroad Radio Communication & Systems

by Vincent Reh

Altamont Press - Regional Railroad Timetables

The Compendium of American Railroad Radio Frequencies
by Gary L. Sturm and Mark J. Landgraf.

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  • www.trainweb.US/railscan - Railscanning in the Toronto Area This site is dedicated to railscanning in the Toronto area. Scanning the railroad frequencies is an interesting and useful hobby. It can be used by photographers to set up shots and prepare for oncoming trains, railfans use it to get a 'feel' for traffic patterns on the line and obtain train numbers - its a whole other aspect to an already fascinating hobby! Owing to the large... Read More>>


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