Frequencies Wanted

Scanners and receivers, inlcuding Airband - advice and troubleshooting

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johnrc
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Thu Mar 31, 2011 8:44 pm

Hello all :)

I am looking for something to listern to that is going on in my part of the world.
I am looking for ANY upto date frequencies for the North east of the UK (Hartlepool) or Billingham/Stockton/Blackhall/Peaterlee.
I have been looking for the frequencies that Stagecoach busses use.
Well I hope that someone on this forum might be able to point me in the right direction.

Bye from John :D

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Fri Apr 01, 2011 8:41 am

you might be better looking for a scanner forum as this one is for cb radio mainly

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Fri Apr 01, 2011 11:28 am

Do you have a CB radio mate .
regards, Dragonfly , Hartlepool

165.56250 - 170.36250 - 88.5 - Stagecoach Bus, stockton
165.7875 Stagecoach Darlington Control
170.5875 Stagecoach Darlington Buses
165.5625 Stagecoach Cleveland Control
170.3625 Stagecoach Cleveland Buses

453.775 Middlesbrough Town Centre CCTV Control / Hartlepool Shopwatch
440.275 Hartlepool Dock Control (425.775)
453.1125 Hartlepool Shopping Centre, Newcastle Sheilds Road Shops
453.350 Tees Dock Ops.
446.400 Hartlepool Docks
157.100 Marine Ch.22 - Tees Port Control
157.475 Marine Ch. 89 Tees River Pilots
162.075 Marine Ch. 89 Duplex (Shore
453.700 Tyne and Wear Metro Trains Ch.3 / Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough Football Club) Steward Control
447.6625 Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough Football Club) Car Parking
456.050 Redcar Shopwatch

http://www.transmission1.co.uk/forum/vi ... 13&t=17753
http://www.transmission1.co.uk/forum/vi ... =13&t=3440

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Wed Apr 27, 2011 5:00 pm

Hi Johnrc, my offering would be, if you have a scanner with close call on it, just set it to that, and see what is happening in your area, the put them in your sets memory, UBC 3500 XLT is around £200, and the USC 230 XLT, is around £129, Bearcat, I think, though their is another manfacyturer that offers a similar product, under a different name. Take a look at the scanners on sponsors site, or the offers in Radio User magazine.

Good Luck, and Take Care

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Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:35 pm

have a look around, really good.

http://www.radios-uk.com/uk_frequencies.htm

If you know anyone or yourself who has a scanner they want to get rid of, please let me know. :D
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On either UK19 or if you cant find me there try UK26.

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