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09/06/19 - We recently added four established Arizona Streams to our stream family:

(Click any of the Stream name Links above to be taken directly to the stream info page.)

These four streams have come over from their previous home on Broadcastify.We'd like to welcome themto

our site. Please give them a listen!


Up-State South Carolina (Stereo Stream).

This stream which is located in the upper portion of South Carolina and adjacent to the North Carolina border

is a stereo stream (left and right channels are different radios) and covers the NS Piedmont and

CSX Charlotte Subdivisions. You can check it out here .

Metrolink - San Fernando Valley

Commuter Railroading, Southern California Style! Very busy during the weekdays we can usually hear between Topanga 

and Glendale on the Ventura Sub and as far as Balboa on the Valley Sub. We will also hear the occasional UP Freight

movement. Some very busy track to be sure and you can listen to it all right here.

Union Pacific in the Omaha Area is now available.

Our most recent stream to be made available is UP's Omaha Area, for now monitoring the Dispatcher 20 Road Channel.

This stream is still under development but has been testing out well and we felt it's ready for prime-time and more

info will be provided as it is developed. You can go directly to the stream's info page by clicking this link.




You can now listen to our Streams via Landline and Non Smartphone Cell

Thanks to a generous offer by Telecurve, we have added the ability

for railroadradio users to dial into the stream of their choice using their

landline phone or non-data-enabled cell phone

(Long distance charges may apply - depending on your Long Distance plan). 


On most every stream page you will see a link and quick

explanation on what no. to press on your phone's dial pad once you've

connected to Telecurve's main no. which is 712-432-4216.

You can also navigate to the stream of interest via the voice menu system

they have provided.


We have received very positive feedback from users who find

this very convenient when they are out in the field and either don't have a

smart phone, or don't have a good enough data connection to allow for

clear streaming.


It is also handy when a stream of choice has reached its listener

max count (Steam excursion trains usually do this).