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Trains called forward stuck at 15mph?

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Trains called forward stuck at 15mph? 12/07/2018 at 09:58 #110199
9pN1SEAp
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Hi,

In the attached I had asked 4R63 to shunt forward from Grays Third Line having advanced its next position to Grays in order to dispatch it early. It promptly obeyed and started moving forward... but now seems to be limited to 15mph and holding up a class 6 behind it.

Earlier in the sim I stepped up the TT and called forward 5E27 from Grays station and it did exactly the same thing, trundling 15mph all the way to EHMEMUD and arriving 22L.

I've not seen this happen before, has something changed in the core?

Thanks
Jamie

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Trains called forward stuck at 15mph? 12/07/2018 at 12:36 #110204
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9pN1SEAp in post 110199 said:
Hi,

In the attached I had asked 4R63 to shunt forward from Grays Third Line having advanced its next position to Grays in order to dispatch it early. It promptly obeyed and started moving forward... but now seems to be limited to 15mph and holding up a class 6 behind it.

Earlier in the sim I stepped up the TT and called forward 5E27 from Grays station and it did exactly the same thing, trundling 15mph all the way to EHMEMUD and arriving 22L.

I've not seen this happen before, has something changed in the core?

Thanks
Jamie
Jamie, To fix 4R63's problem, change the Trains timetable's Train Charactenstics Accel/Brake Rate from Very Low to Low.

Barry

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Last edited: 12/07/2018 at 12:55 by BarryM
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Trains called forward stuck at 15mph? 12/07/2018 at 15:44 #110207
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Don't forget that if you ask a train to shunt forward it proceeds at restricted speed to the next signal. You can avoid that by abandoning the TT then after the train moves off, reinstating the TT.
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