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Possible sim / TT bug

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Possible sim / TT bug 15/08/2018 at 09:52 #111059
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During the London Bridge session on Tuesday night which belly buster was hsoting I was on Panel 5 (Lewisham) and had a train - 2M52 - sent on the FL when I think it should have been sent SL. Either way I had to get it into Platform 4.

Once there was a gap I sent 2M52 from Signal 233 at Tanners Hill Junction via. Lewisham Vale Jcn to Signal 253 and sent it across to Platform 4 over the crossover. However the timetable then failed to step-up as can be seen in the attached screenshot. I am unsure if this is a sim bug or something else but thought I would post it in case.


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Possible sim / TT bug 15/08/2018 at 16:18 #111064
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Do you know the routing of 2M52 around New Cross (or even earlier)?
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Possible sim / TT bug 15/08/2018 at 18:35 #111074
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Booked Route from TT is

LB High 4
Spa Rd 4
Nth K Jn 2
New Cross SL

Looks like the crossover at North Kent was missed on Panel 3

Passed the age to be doing 'Spoon Feeding' !!!
Last edited: 15/08/2018 at 18:59 by Meld
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Possible sim / TT bug 15/08/2018 at 19:59 #111081
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Possibly misrouted at 189 or 153, I think.
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Possible sim / TT bug 25/08/2018 at 07:07 #111474
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If the train wasn't booked to call at NX, diverting down the fast via Tanners Hill Jn instead of 4 down to 1 down at Spa Road or North Kent East Jn is a valid move used often at LBASC when the slow lines were backing up/slow going and a clear run was available via Down Fast and Tanners Hill Jn into Lewisham. And vice versa, Fast lines backing up/slow going, trains could be diverted down the slow lines to Lewisham or Parks Bridge Jn from North Kent East Jn. So not a mis-route more a diversionary route.
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Last edited: 25/08/2018 at 07:07 by Giantray
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