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Trains 'Held By Conditions', Bishopton 21/01/2020 at 21:20 #122977
Phil-jmw
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Running the 1983 TT, I had a train into Bishopton BAE sidings (I can't remember the reporting number), and now every subsequent train arriving at Bishopton on the Down line stops and is 'Held By Conditions'. I'm having to abandon then reinstate the timetable for each train to get them on the move. Has anyone else had this happen? I've attached a couple of saves.

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Phil

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Trains 'Held By Conditions', Bishopton 21/01/2020 at 22:50 #122978
Peter Bennet
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This should get you up and running again, please confirm.

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Trains 'Held By Conditions', Bishopton 21/01/2020 at 23:13 #122979
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How did you get the train into the siding?
Did you use the frame and in particular clear signal 55?

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Trains 'Held By Conditions', Bishopton 22/01/2020 at 00:35 #122981
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Yes Peter, I released the siding frame as the freight approached Bishopton so that the 2-min timeout would be complete by the time it got to P55 Sig, then operated the frame and cleared the slot on P55 Sig. Once the train was inside I normalised the frame and took the release back and then all the subsequent trains began stopping and being held by conditions.

To confirm, your fix worked. 1G49 started after being held by conditions when I opened your fixed sim file, 2G51 and 2G53 both stopped as booked, completed station duties and went on their way without incident.

Many thanks Peter.

Regards,

Phil.

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