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Using the BLOK command at Greenhill Lower/Upper Junctions 01/01/2013 at 11:29 #39925
ajax103
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I've got the route from Greenhill Upper Junction blocked at Croy due to a train heading towards Stirling requiring a ambulance assistance and a train heading to Glasgow Queen Street waiting for a replacement driver.

IF I superimpose the BLOK command on the approaching train berth at Upper Greenhill Junction on the Down line towards Glasgow, will all Down trains then enter the sim at Lower Greenhill Junction instead?

Or do I have to put BLOK on signal CG3?

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Using the BLOK command at Greenhill Lower/Upper Junctions 01/01/2013 at 12:58 #39926
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You can't interpose into an APPR berth. I've just tested it with signals CG3 and CN366, and the BLOK command will not work at either location. You'll have to manually edit the TT via the F4 list to cause the train to enter at the other junction.
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Using the BLOK command at Greenhill Lower/Upper Junctions 01/01/2013 at 13:34 #39927
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It's not coded to recognise BLOK - I suppose it could be. Though there will be no code to step timetables, so they'd need to be manually stepped up after entry. CSCOT has step-ups on a "Grandfather" basis.

Peter

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Last edited: 01/01/2013 at 13:35 by Peter Bennet
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Using the BLOK command at Greenhill Lower/Upper Junctions 01/01/2013 at 15:43 #39928
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Ahh, thanks guys - just wanted to check with you guys
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