Mobility assist is back, nfm 453.225. ScotRail, Network Rail and Avanti staff all use 453.900. I was in Lime Street last week, some Avanti staff carry two radios, one for them, one for the Network Rail staff who manage the station.DuncanM wrote: ↑12 Dec 2022, 23:48 all I got out of Central, I was listening in for over an hour and a half, was 453.900 nfm, no DMR and no Mobility Assist either. Queen Street was 453.550, no DMR either. There was quite a bit of disruption in the Ayrshire and Inverclyde area and trains 20 to 100 minutes late into Central from London plus cancelations. For Central I was sitting in the Crystal Palace Wetherspoons it sits next to the railway line and close enough to hear the input frequencies. Queen Street I just wandered around for a bit close call waiting. I could hear Central from Queen Street but not the other way round. I made a zone on my 878 with 30 common used frequencies for stations across the UK and listened
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Central /queen street station Glasgow ?
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Re: Central /queen street station Glasgow ?