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teesside freqs

Post by JONNY5 » 20 Mar 2008, 20:43

Im looking for some uptodate freqs for round here, i used to have some years ago that id listen to but these past few years ive mainly been listening to air traffic-military and civil. im after anything other than aircraft as ive got these covered :) i know police has gone but mainly Maritime,fire-ambulance and the general stuff like taxis security that sort of stuff would be great. is there any books out there that would list these?

thanx for any help :)

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Post by morval » 22 Mar 2008, 14:57

Hi,

Look at the entire radio spectrum on AJP's frequency list. All you need is listed there. I used this to program marineband, (156. 157. and so on) and getting lots more coverage. Useful if you can't find a specific local frequency.

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Post by Andrew » 13 Apr 2008, 08:30

These are frequencies I have heard in use when in the area, plus on the way there. I'm not sure how accurate it now is as I haven't been in Teesside for about 2 1/2 years. The AJP site I've just looked at for the first time in about 4 years, it's seriously needing updated and stuff removed. We haven't had analogue mobile phones for the best part of 10 years! There was other stuff that was needing binned.

00 440.100 (Trunked with 425.600) Middlesbrough Parking Enforcement Wardens
01 453.975 Bishop Auckland Shopwatch
02 445.800 Newcastle Pubwatch
03 453.1125 Hartlepool Shopping Centre, Newcastle Sheilds Road Shops
04 70.8875 County Durham Fire and Rescue
05 71.275 Cleveland Fire and Rescue
06 71.300 Tyne and Wear Fire Brigade (LP)
07 71.3375 Tyne and Wear Fire Brigade Ch.2 (LP)
08 455.7625 Durham Tees Valley Airport Ch 1 Ground / Tower Repeater (ATIS 136.200)
09 455.7125 Airport Ch 2 - Crash Ops.
10 455.6125 Airport Ch 3 - Security
11 456.675 Prince Bishops Shopping Centre Security Durham
12 169.0375 Dolphin Sports and Leisure Centre Darlington
13 456.025 Durham Shopwatch
14 453.600 Durham CCTV Control, Corus Trains Teesside Yard (West)
15 164.950 Redcar and Cleveland Parking Enforcement
16 168.975 Hill Street Shopping Centre Middlesbrough
17 453.0625 The Cleveland Centre Security Middlesbrough / Whitby Shop & Pubwatch
18 453.775 Middlesbrough Town Centre CCTV Control / Hartlepool Shopwatch
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19 456.700 The Cornmill Shopping Centre Security Darlington
20 456.600 Darlington Shopwatch
21 456.500 University of Teesside Middlesbrough
22 169.0875 ?All Event Security? Safety Stewards
23 166.1875 Stockton Community Wardens
24 451.375 (465.250) Holme House Prison Stockton on Tees
25 465.250 Return of 451.375
26 456.950 Middleton Grange Shopping Centre Hartlepool
27 166.100 (170.900) TENYAS (Tees, East and North Yorkshire Ambulance Service)
28 166.200 (170.800) TENYAS
29 166.5875 (171.7875) North East Ambulance Trust, County Durham
30 165.7875 Stagecoach Darlington Control
31 170.5875 Stagecoach Darlington Buses
32 165.5625 Stagecoach Cleveland Control
33 170.3625 Stagecoach Cleveland Buses
34 453.100 Tyne and Wear Metro Trains Ch.1 (Maintenance)
35 453.475 Tyne and Wear Metro Trains Ch.2
36 453.700 Tyne and Wear Metro Trains Ch.3 / Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough Football Club) Steward Control
37 447.6625 Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough Football Club) Car Parking
49 456.050 Redcar Shopwatch
39 166.250 Tyne Tunnel
40 157.475 Marine Ch. 89 Tees River Pilots
41 162.075 Marine Ch. 89 Duplex (Shore)
42 465.425 Kirklevington Prison Teesside (451.425)
43 440.275 Hartlepool Dock Control (425.775)
44 453.1125 Hartlepool Shopping Centre, Newcastle Sheilds Road Shops
45 453.350 Tees Dock Ops.
46 446.400 Hartlepool Docks
47 157.100 Marine Ch.22 - Tees Port Control
48 456.750 Debenhams Security Stockton on Tees / The James Cook University Hospital Middlesbrough
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Re: teesside freqs

Post by crazymadfish » 15 Apr 2008, 12:50

i live in stockton but dont know any marine ect could anyone tell me some i use to use ajp's but its out of date and i prefer this site

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Post by Andrew » 15 Apr 2008, 15:35

Marine frequencies are pretty much standard, they haven't altered much in years, a lot of years. Pop in at least Channels 0, 6, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 22, 67, 73 and 86. They will cover virtually everything. Yachts use 37 or 80 depending on which marina they are in.

There is so much out of date in that AJP site I'd just forget about looking there. Any site that still has analogue mobile frequencies in it may as well have visitors that believe in Santa or the Easter Bunny. They will never be used again for that purpose.
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Post by kc » 15 Apr 2008, 16:02

As per Andrew, especially when it comes to AJP's site. His projects are great but those frequencys :oops: :oops:
Try this for marine band http://www.ukseakayakguidebook.co.uk/sh ... annels.htm
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Post by kc » 15 Apr 2008, 16:06

This site may also be of interest.
http://coastalradio.org.uk/index.htm
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Post by crazymadfish » 16 Apr 2008, 03:54

sorry mate dont know what you mean by 0, 6, 10, 11, 12, 14 i have a uniden bearcat scanner the ubc785xlt one its great i know i found one i think on 700.000mhz but thats all i know

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Post by Andrew » 16 Apr 2008, 08:27

Marine channels. Look up the list on the link posted by kc. Channel 0 is 156.000 etc.
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Re: teesside freqs

Post by steveybaby » 25 Aug 2012, 09:59

any updates for 2012 hartlepool area

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Re: teesside freqs

Post by robt880 » 30 Oct 2012, 11:46

can anyone confirm what freqs are still active i spend a lot of time in billingham near the borough
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Post by jackbromby » 03 Nov 2012, 00:41

Only just found this myself but 165.5000MHz is used by Binks Taxis in Billingham, they are not far from my house.
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Post by robt880 » 03 Nov 2012, 12:10

thanks jack just added that to my baofeng, where about in billingham do you live ? our lass lives on low grange so i spend some weekends around there

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Post by jackbromby » 04 Nov 2012, 16:37

robt880 wrote:thanks jack just added that to my baofeng, where about in billingham do you live ? our lass lives on low grange so i spend some weekends around there

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I go between my mum's house and my Dad's but live at mum's. Dad lives in Low Grange and mum lives just off Pentland Avenue. I usually take my scanner which ever house I go to.

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Re: teesside freqs

Post by robt880 » 04 Nov 2012, 22:22

thanks mate will be good to take radio with me when i next go up, only have the baofeng atm but its still good
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