Collection of Railroading Links

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Going through the list on the first post, I find that a lot of the sights are dead in one way or another, so maybe they should just be removed.

Also, on the list of Michigan railroad frequencies, there are some railroads that don't really exist anymore (like Coe Rail, CMGN), that could be removed without consequence.

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59caddy wrote:Going through the list on the first post, I find that a lot of the sights are dead in one way or another, so maybe they should just be removed.

Also, on the list of Michigan railroad frequencies, there are some railroads that don't really exist anymore (like Coe Rail, CMGN), that could be removed without consequence.
Old threads are old threads, they get outdated. It is best to look to each railroad's wiki pages, those tend to be updated. Then again, scanner frequencies don't change much

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Many of the old frequencies are still used by the railroads that now operate the track.
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A railfan page from the Rochester NY area
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http://www.chicagorailfan.com

Run by Bill Vandervoot, this describes the history of public transportation and railroads in the Chicago metropolitan area. It also features histories of public transit agencies across the US and track charts for routes used by Metra trains and Amtrak trains originating in Chicago, including all three Michigan routes.
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I've started my own rail customer fb discussion page...Come check it out
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How to receive notifications for oncoming trains on your phone: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=35503
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