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Brighton Down Sdg seeding 21/11/2020 at 18:49 #134028
DaveHarries
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Greetings,

At the time of writing I am just about the remaining Thameslink services between London Brighton that I haven't already got in: at the time of writing I have 1196 train movements in the Sunday timetable I have been working on the last few weeks. Once those are written in that will, AFAIK, be all trains in timetable.

Anyway here's the question. At the start of the timetable - 0355hrs sim time - I have 3 ECS seeded in Brighton Down Sidings:
- 0546 to Brighton (ID: 5T90; seeded at CET1, signal T1233)
- 0622 to Brighton (ID: 5T92; seeded at CET1, signal T1235 behind 5T90)
- 0858 to Brighton (ID: 5S15; seeded at CET2, signal T1259)

Whilst 5T90 & 5S15 stay put until their time of departure train 5T92 rings in far too early wanting to move. Is there any way (presumably a rule) that I can use to make 5T92 stay put and not ring in? If not the obvious solution would be to start 5T92 from Lovers Walk T&RSMD but it is a Thameslink movement, not a Southern one.

Cheers,
Dave

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Brighton Down Sdg seeding 21/11/2020 at 19:00 #134029
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DaveHarries in post 134028 said:
Greetings,

At the time of writing I am just about the remaining Thameslink services between London Brighton that I haven't already got in: at the time of writing I have 1196 train movements in the Sunday timetable I have been working on the last few weeks. Once those are written in that will, AFAIK, be all trains in timetable.

Anyway here's the question. At the start of the timetable - 0355hrs sim time - I have 3 ECS seeded in Brighton Down Sidings:
- 0546 to Brighton (ID: 5T90; seeded at CET1, signal T1233)
- 0622 to Brighton (ID: 5T92; seeded at CET1, signal T1235 behind 5T90)
- 0858 to Brighton (ID: 5S15; seeded at CET2, signal T1259)

Whilst 5T90 & 5S15 stay put until their time of departure train 5T92 rings in far too early wanting to move. Is there any way (presumably a rule) that I can use to make 5T92 stay put and not ring in? If not the obvious solution would be to start 5T92 from Lovers Walk T&RSMD but it is a Thameslink movement, not a Southern one.

Cheers,
Dave
Set them as Crew Changes? I think train won't ring in or move until after Crew Change is completed

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Brighton Down Sdg seeding 21/11/2020 at 19:18 #134031
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Does a 'wait for time' on 5T92 or making 5T92 detach from (an obviously longer) 5T90 help ?

This will anyway be a bit randomised, any of the trains might become available and try to move off early.

Bill

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Brighton Down Sdg seeding 21/11/2020 at 19:43 #134032
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DaveHarries in post 134028 said:
Greetings,

At the time of writing I am just about the remaining Thameslink services between London Brighton that I haven't already got in: at the time of writing I have 1196 train movements in the Sunday timetable I have been working on the last few weeks. Once those are written in that will, AFAIK, be all trains in timetable.

Anyway here's the question. At the start of the timetable - 0355hrs sim time - I have 3 ECS seeded in Brighton Down Sidings:
- 0546 to Brighton (ID: 5T90; seeded at CET1, signal T1233)
- 0622 to Brighton (ID: 5T92; seeded at CET1, signal T1235 behind 5T90)
- 0858 to Brighton (ID: 5S15; seeded at CET2, signal T1259)

Whilst 5T90 & 5S15 stay put until their time of departure train 5T92 rings in far too early wanting to move. Is there any way (presumably a rule) that I can use to make 5T92 stay put and not ring in? If not the obvious solution would be to start 5T92 from Lovers Walk T&RSMD but it is a Thameslink movement, not a Southern one.

Cheers,
Dave
Having looked further there is a location Called Brighton T1235, put that as the first location for 5T92 the train will wait time.

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Brighton Down Sdg seeding 21/11/2020 at 21:08 #134035
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MarkC in post 134032 said:
Having looked further there is a location Called Brighton T1235, put that as the first location for 5T92 the train will wait time.

Cheers. Done.
Dave

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