John Webb wrote:I can't find this location listed on any map or mapping system. Where is it, please, and what is it's uniqueness?
ex Probationer wrote:......Does this entry that originates from the Network Rail data help? Though I wasn't aware, that there were any Automatic Open Crossing Remotely monitored crossings still operating.
If you use the 'Streetview' option you will notice there are NO Driver Crossing Indicators (DCIs).
AndyB wrote:AOCRs work in exactly the same way as AHBs, only without barriers. It's presumably dealt with by instructions in the Sectional Appendix.
AndyB wrote:I may be missing something, but AOCRs are definitely not mentioned in either of those documents.
mossend4 wrote:AOCR instructions are still covered in the level crossing section of Signallers and Drivers modules of the Rule Book.
Rule book LC Signaller module, S4
http://www.rgsonline.co.uk/Rule_Book/Ru ... ss%203.pdf
Rule book LC Driver module, S4
http://www.rgsonline.co.uk/Rule_Book/Ru ... ss%206.pdf
mossend4 wrote:AndyB wrote:I may be missing something, but AOCRs are definitely not mentioned in either of those documents.
My mistake, first post initially started talking about AOCLs etc before going onto Rosarie - and AOCR just didn't register with me.
Mechy wrote:Interestingly looking at the link that was given to the ABC railway guide it states the line speed over the crossing is 60 mph which is 5mph faster than the usual cap of 55mph on AOCL's. Were AOCR's exempt from the 55mph upper limit?
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