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Warrington PSB FAQ 09/04/2024 at 21:57 #156002
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Soton_Speed in post 156000 said:
In the attached save, the overlap for WN201 has not dropped - 1972-2009 era.

Is this correct?

TIA.
This got raised a couple days back as Mantis 40633. I've not had chance yet to take a look at the issue

James

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Warrington PSB FAQ 15/05/2024 at 21:32 #156287
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Hi,

Can I ask why, when 724 points are called to reverse at ACGJN, does WN252 go to danger? Is this due to some quirk on 234 to force RR approach protection?

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Jamie

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Warrington PSB FAQ 16/05/2024 at 00:48 #156288
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9pN1SEAp in post 156287 said:
Hi,

Can I ask why, when 724 points are called to reverse at ACGJN, does WN252 go to danger? Is this due to some quirk on 234 to force RR approach protection?

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Jamie
It's exactly that. Route release from red. It's not when the points are called though, it's when the route is called.

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Craig

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Warrington PSB FAQ 16/05/2024 at 08:03 #156290
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Hap in post 156288 said:

It's exactly that. Route release from red. It's not when the points are called though, it's when the route is called.

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Craig
Thought so. However the aspect will change every time the point is reversed or normalised, without a route call!

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Warrington PSB FAQ 16/05/2024 at 12:11 #156292
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9pN1SEAp in post 156290 said:
Hap in post 156288 said:

It's exactly that. Route release from red. It's not when the points are called though, it's when the route is called.

Ta
Craig
Thought so. However the aspect will change every time the point is reversed or normalised, without a route call!


Just to elaborate further from the Dev, it's read-through protection and (WN252) won't revert if a train is approaching it.

Craig

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