Measurement on fatigue cracking thresholds is investigated to the grade B cast steel for China railway rolling wagon bogie frames. Compact tensional specimens are fatigued under a continuous decreasing loading mode for present study. Results reveal that the minimum test values have different crack growth rates without meeting the code-based rate requirement. Therefore, the test results can not be directly used for measuring the thresholds. A probabilistic modeling in the form of a non-linear law is developed for reflecting the scattered test data. The thresholds at specified reliability levels are then derived in meeting the threshold definition with a specified growth rate. The measurement for the present material has verified the availability of the present modeling.