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Yellow shunt signals

British signalling of the past (UK, excepting Northern Ireland)

Unread postby SDL » Thu Oct 16, 2008 11:14 pm

StevieG wrote:This 'multiple yellow shunt signals' idea also continued into early position-light days, as I remember, pre-current Crewe signalling, seeing a Crewe South Junction, double, vertically-stacked, yellow/white GPL signal at the north exit from the south carriage shed.

There was a two-tier yellow PLS at the north end of Crewe, at the exit from the 'Shed Sidings' on the Down side.
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Re: Yellow shunt signals

Unread postby ColHut » Wed Mar 1, 2017 3:41 pm

Dear All,
Apologies for resurrecting this. There are apparent links to some instances of multiple yellow arm shunting discs but the images/links seem to be broken. Can someone please point me in the direction of the original links (p1 in this thread I think).

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