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Feltham and Woking 29/09/2014 at 05:20 #64756
jem771
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These two would be good and perhaps the wimbledon end of waterloo would make a very decent chain.
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Feltham and Woking 29/09/2014 at 09:10 #64758
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Sadly Woking is an IECC therefore (I think) on the 'conflict of interest' list.

Feltham might be interesting though.

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Feltham and Woking 29/09/2014 at 09:59 #64759
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" said:
Sadly Woking is an IECC therefore (I think) on the 'conflict of interest' list.

Feltham might be interesting though.

the old woking can may be done but it based on the 'L' Power Lever Frame
http://www.wbsframe.mste.co.uk/public/Woking.html

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Feltham and Woking 29/09/2014 at 10:21 #64760
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Erm, are you sure Woking is an IECC? It's a Panel Box that has been in for a while...
Sorry guys, I am in the business of making people wait!
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Feltham and Woking 29/09/2014 at 10:48 #64761
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I'm pretty sure Woking still has a panel - haven't been able to find any pics of it online though.
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Feltham and Woking 29/09/2014 at 12:46 #64763
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Woking is a panel, and has recently been extended to cover Farnham and Aldershot boxes former control area.
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Feltham and Woking 29/09/2014 at 12:46 #64764
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I'd really like to see more of the SWML simulated. Eastleigh has been on my personal wishlist for a long time, as has Basingstoke (Salisbury would also make a nice small panel for beginners or for chaining)... but these areas (Feltham and Woking) would be fun too! We'll just have to see what the SimSig devs have in store for us
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Feltham and Woking 29/09/2014 at 13:39 #64765
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" said:
Woking is a panel, and has recently been extended to cover Farnham and Aldershot boxes former control area.
As well as that of Ash Vale.

Incidentally, where is Woking ASC housed? Is it still in the original building at the end of the platforms?

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Feltham and Woking 29/09/2014 at 19:57 #64777
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I would think Basingstoke and the Woking Extension to Farnham and Alton might be off limits, as although they are panels, they are driven by Westcad.

Woking proper won't be on any ban list though, and I'd imagine if Basingstoke is ever a contender, the old recently retired panel would not be off limits, and the only major change you'd see between now and then is that some platform allocations on the current timetable will not quite work for terminating trains.

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Feltham and Woking 29/09/2014 at 21:23 #64782
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" said:
" said:
Woking is a panel, and has recently been extended to cover Farnham and Aldershot boxes former control area.
As well as that of Ash Vale.

Incidentally, where is Woking ASC housed? Is it still in the original building at the end of the platforms?
It was open a couple of years ago when I visited, but is/was due to transfer to Basingstoke so I was told. (has that happened yet?). its the large PSB looking building to the south east of the station, two positions (prior to aldershot et al closing), one large overview panel, and a smaller panel, similar to London Bridge or Victoria.

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Feltham and Woking 30/09/2014 at 00:26 #64783
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No Woking is staying put for a while. Basingstoke only has Basingstoke, West of England (Gillingham - Honiton), and Dorset Coast (Poole - Wareham).
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Feltham and Woking 30/09/2014 at 02:45 #64784
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I would think Basingstoke and the Woking Extension to Farnham and Alton might be off limits, as although they are panels, they are driven by Westcad.
Driven by Westcad? WOE and DC are Smartlock.

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Feltham and Woking 30/09/2014 at 03:07 #64785
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" said:
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I would think Basingstoke and the Woking Extension to Farnham and Alton might be off limits, as although they are panels, they are driven by Westcad.
Driven by Westcad? WOE and DC are Smartlock.
I stand corrected.

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Feltham and Woking 05/12/2014 at 09:18 #66159
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well, that was quick. wish list answered !!!
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Feltham and Woking 05/12/2014 at 10:27 #66164
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I vote for Basingstoke as well. Many Passenger and Freight services. I see and hear them every time I pass by or under the station.
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