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Error at Wimbledon 17/03/2018 at 10:09 #106824
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Running a 1984 timetable in the 1990's era, with full ARS,and and keep getting an error (see images) when a train is arriving into Wimbledon from Sutton. Image shows this error on 2J47 with the Wimbledon starter clearing, but the signal into the platform hasn't cleared. I did a search on the forum and couldn't find anything, is this a known error? I have also attached the timetable for 2J47 as well, and it is the current version of sim and loader!
[attachment=9408]Simsig error wim.PNG[/attachment]

[attachment=9409]Simsig error.PNG[/attachment]

[attachment=9410]2J47 timetable.PNG[/attachment]

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Error at Wimbledon 17/03/2018 at 10:41 #106826
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EGDR in post 106824 said:
Running a 1984 timetable in the 1990's era, with full ARS,and and keep getting an error (see images) when a train is arriving into Wimbledon from Sutton. Image shows this error on 2J47 with the Wimbledon starter clearing, but the signal into the platform hasn't cleared. I did a search on the forum and couldn't find anything, is this a known error? I have also attached the timetable for 2J47 as well, and it is the current version of sim and loader!
[attachment=9408]Simsig error wim.PNG[/attachment]

[attachment=9409]Simsig error.PNG[/attachment]

[attachment=9410]2J47 timetable.PNG[/attachment]
Are you able to upload a save, and what version of the loader and sim are you using

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Error at Wimbledon 17/03/2018 at 10:48 #106827
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Hope this is what you need! The save is just after I clear the error (Unable to do anything else!) Will post a save before error in a mo!

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Error at Wimbledon 17/03/2018 at 10:55 #106829
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As promised, pre-error save. Error is at 07 52, and 2J47 when entering track section at St. Helier
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Error at Wimbledon 17/03/2018 at 11:02 #106830
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Confirmed it happing reported for further inverstigation (Mantis #0019955)
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Error at Wimbledon 17/03/2018 at 14:16 #106831
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EGDR in post 106824 said:
Running a 1984 timetable in the 1990's era, with full ARS,and and keep getting an error (see images) when a train is arriving into Wimbledon from Sutton. Image shows this error on 2J47 with the Wimbledon starter clearing, but the signal into the platform hasn't cleared. I did a search on the forum and couldn't find anything, is this a known error? I have also attached the timetable for 2J47 as well, and it is the current version of sim and loader!
[attachment=9408]Simsig error wim.PNG[/attachment]

[attachment=9409]Simsig error.PNG[/attachment]

[attachment=9410]2J47 timetable.PNG[/attachment]
Did you try setting the route into the platform manually? I know that it doesn't alter the fact that there is still a problem with the automatic operation.

My goodness, that was difficult, but I managed it.
Last edited: 17/03/2018 at 14:18 by bugsy
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Error at Wimbledon 17/03/2018 at 14:59 #106832
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Yeah that works, just got to be careful as the West Croydon services go in front of the service from Sutton and then into sidings, but the ARS sets the route to the main line not sidings!
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Error at Wimbledon 17/03/2018 at 15:04 #106833
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EGDR in post 106832 said:
Yeah that works, just got to be careful as the West Croydon services go in front of the service from Sutton and then into sidings, but the ARS sets the route to the main line not sidings!
You have to keep an eye on what ARS is doing, as it gets things a bit wrong sometimes. Happens in real life too; keeps the signallers on their toes.

My goodness, that was difficult, but I managed it.
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