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Woodgrange Park 08/10/2017 at 23:33 #102110
DaveHarries
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Evening all,

Just a thought but shouldn't the upper one of the "Last Sent" berths at Woodgrange Park in fact be a "Train Approaching" describer?

Dave


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Woodgrange Park 08/10/2017 at 23:51 #102112
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DaveHarries in post 102110 said:
Evening all,

Just a thought but shouldn't the upper one of the "Last Sent" berths at Woodgrange Park in fact be a "Train Approaching" describer?

Dave

No, both lines are bidirectional; so both have last sent berths.

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Woodgrange Park 08/10/2017 at 23:51 #102113
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Judging from this I'd guess no (the signalling there is bi-directional after all).
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Woodgrange Park 09/10/2017 at 23:25 #102135
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THanks all. I don't know the area.

Dave

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Woodgrange Park 11/10/2017 at 00:09 #102159
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JamesN in post 102112 said:
DaveHarries in post 102110 said:
Evening all,

Just a thought but shouldn't the upper one of the "Last Sent" berths at Woodgrange Park in fact be a "Train Approaching" describer?

Dave

No, both lines are bidirectional
No, only the down line is usable in both directions.

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Woodgrange Park 11/10/2017 at 01:09 #102161
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The 2015 Sectional Appendix shows both lines as bi-directional but only beyond the crossovers just outside the sim area.
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Woodgrange Park 11/10/2017 at 02:56 #102162
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postal in post 102161 said:
The 2015 Sectional Appendix shows both lines as bi-directional but only beyond the crossovers just outside the sim area.
That is not relevant to this discussion. The relevant section is Barking Station Junction to L918/L920 which are the leftmost two signals (above each other) in the OP.

In fact the 2013 appendix shows the down line as unidirectional as well as the up. I have a feeling the "wrong" direction movement is not in use.

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Woodgrange Park 11/10/2017 at 09:32 #102165
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GeoffM in post 102162 said:
postal in post 102161 said:
The 2015 Sectional Appendix shows both lines as bi-directional but only beyond the crossovers just outside the sim area.
That is not relevant to this discussion
Obviously didn't make my point clear enough. Both lines are shown as bi-directional as others have noted in this topic but only beyond the boundary of the sim. Therefore the bi-directional statement is not relevant when discussing this sim. Apologies for my lack of clarity.

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