New Spokane Audio Feed

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great! listening now. i noticed you have not included pasco east or seattle east on your channel, as psrrr.net does. for me the important thing is to be able to hear yardley, hauser, boyer west. so channel 76 is sufficient.

dont really care much about UP. in fact the UP chatter just steps on the more-interesting BNSF chatter! alas. thanks for providing this resource!
 
#4
great! listening now. i noticed you have not included pasco east or seattle east on your channel, as psrrr.net does. for me the important thing is to be able to hear yardley, hauser, boyer west. so channel 76 is sufficient.

dont really care much about UP. in fact the UP chatter just steps on the more-interesting BNSF chatter! alas. thanks for providing this resource!
Pasco East dispatcher ends at Cheney, WA. A good 10 rail miles from Sunset Jct. and out of the intended coverage area for the feed

To hear the Pasco East Dispatcher you may want to try my Adams County feed?

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/audio/?feedId=7326

This feed has other items in the scan cycle as well so likely you won't be 100% happy with it either? For the past two years this feed has originated from my home in Lind. Chances are good it will move to Ritzville to provide broader coverage very soon.

Pasco east can sometimes be heard on my Pasco Rail feed here:

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/audio/?feedId=8550

You have me stumped when it comes to the Seattle East dispatcher? What area would he cover? Perhaps you are thinking of the Wenatchee East Dispatcher? His authority ends at Latah Junction slightly outside of the intended coverage area. I will be testing a feed from Wenatchee soon. It will be in East Wenatchee and cover from about Trinidad to Cashmere, WA.


These feeds have a primary purpose to augment the ATCS monitor coverage that I provide for these areas. The Spokane feed coverage centers on the lower end of the now Kootenai sub. This area is slated to be renamed soon to the Spokane Sub. The Spokane Sub will end at Sandpoint, ID. where the Kootenai sub will begin and continue to Whitefish, MT. as it does now.

I am glad you are enjoying the feed.

Gary Dunn
Lind, WA
 



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