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Hornsey EMUD Up Carriage Line (New Era) 25/05/2018 at 18:05 #108221
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Does anyone know how to route a train from the Hornsey Up Carriage Line back to Alexandra Palace Platform 1.
An early morning empty coaching stock move but I cannot for the life of me find a route that will work in the timetable editor.

Geoff

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Hornsey EMUD Up Carriage Line (New Era) 26/05/2018 at 03:24 #108236
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My suggestion, although rather convoluted, is via the up Hornsey REV SDG then THE FLYOVER, Alexandra Palace 4 then via the Bowes Park REV SDG to Alexandra Palace 1
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Hornsey EMUD Up Carriage Line (New Era) 26/05/2018 at 10:17 #108240
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No I couldn't either.
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Hornsey EMUD Up Carriage Line (New Era) 26/05/2018 at 12:08 #108247
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Airvan00 in post 108236 said:
My suggestion, although rather convoluted, is via the up Hornsey REV SDG then THE FLYOVER, Alexandra Palace 4 then via the Bowes Park REV SDG to Alexandra Palace 1
There is a train, I think in the 1980s tt, that does exactly that!

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Hornsey EMUD Up Carriage Line (New Era) 26/05/2018 at 12:41 #108250
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Airvan00 in post 108236 said:
My suggestion, although rather convoluted, is via the up Hornsey REV SDG then THE FLYOVER, Alexandra Palace 4 then via the Bowes Park REV SDG to Alexandra Palace 1
The only problem with that is the original poster has to ensure their train departs Hornsey Depot as the south end which isn't the location they asked about!

northroad in post 108221 said:
Does anyone know how to route a train from the Hornsey Up Carriage Line back to Alexandra Palace Platform 1.
An early morning empty coaching stock move but I cannot for the life of me find a route that will work in the timetable editor.

Geoff
What you could do which actually works as I just tested the route setting is you could just set the route from K107 to K111 to K117 which will route a train from
Hornsey Up Carriage Line back to Alexandra Palace Platform 1 as the original poster asked.

I hope that helps?

Last edited: 26/05/2018 at 12:41 by ajax103
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Hornsey EMUD Up Carriage Line (New Era) 26/05/2018 at 13:01 #108252
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ajax103 in post 108250 said:
Airvan00 in post 108236 said:
My suggestion, although rather convoluted, is via the up Hornsey REV SDG then THE FLYOVER, Alexandra Palace 4 then via the Bowes Park REV SDG to Alexandra Palace 1
The only problem with that is the original poster has to ensure their train departs Hornsey Depot as the south end which isn't the location they asked about!

northroad in post 108221 said:
Does anyone know how to route a train from the Hornsey Up Carriage Line back to Alexandra Palace Platform 1.
An early morning empty coaching stock move but I cannot for the life of me find a route that will work in the timetable editor.

Geoff
What you could do which actually works as I just tested the route setting is you could just set the route from K107 to K111 to K117 which will route a train from
Hornsey Up Carriage Line back to Alexandra Palace Platform 1 as the original poster asked.

I hope that helps?
I belive the OP is refering creating a timetable for the move. There does not appear to be any valid routes that can be created in the timetable for such a move.

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Hornsey EMUD Up Carriage Line (New Era) 26/05/2018 at 13:33 #108253
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While you cannot use the built in timetable tool to valid the route, the route setting that I have said actually works as the sim allows it.

You just cannot valid the timetable for that service but it certainly work!

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Hornsey EMUD Up Carriage Line (New Era) 26/05/2018 at 14:25 #108256
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ajax103 in post 108253 said:
While you cannot use the built in timetable tool to valid the route, the route setting that I have said actually works as the sim allows it.

You just cannot valid the timetable for that service but it certainly work!
The timetable tool Does validate routes if a valid route exists, Just because you can set the signals, does not mean the route is a valid one, this is where you need to be able to create a timetable and validate the timing points work from one to the other, the other thing of note is that if you create the timetable and the route does not validate the train will not enter the sim.

Have logged report Mantis #20586

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Hornsey EMUD Up Carriage Line (New Era) 26/05/2018 at 14:49 #108258
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ajax103 in post 108250 said:
Airvan00 in post 108236 said:
My suggestion, although rather convoluted, is via the up Hornsey REV SDG then THE FLYOVER, Alexandra Palace 4 then via the Bowes Park REV SDG to Alexandra Palace 1
The only problem with that is the original poster has to ensure their train departs Hornsey Depot as the south end which isn't the location they asked about!

northroad in post 108221 said:
Does anyone know how to route a train from the Hornsey Up Carriage Line back to Alexandra Palace Platform 1.
An early morning empty coaching stock move but I cannot for the life of me find a route that will work in the timetable editor.

Geoff
What you could do which actually works as I just tested the route setting is you could just set the route from K107 to K111 to K117 which will route a train from
Hornsey Up Carriage Line back to Alexandra Palace Platform 1 as the original poster asked.

I hope that helps?
Thanks for all help with this guys. I think the route suggested by Ajax is the correct one and was the one which I originally thought it should be. Only trouble was that it would not validate.
Glad to see it has been logged on Mantis so we get a resolution.

Geoff

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