davidwoodcock wrote:Looking at the diagram, I wondered why 15 wasn't "Y" but came to the conclusion that its locking requires 10 normal, and probably 11 and possibly 12, too, (although 12 would probably be dependent on the lie of 14, so perhaps 12 and 14 are interlocked instead), and that 15 had to be pulled off to allow access to neck or refuge siding as well as the main (and that, therefore, it may well have been normally left reversed during shunting).
Mike Hodgson wrote:You said you had your doubts as to the Down siding names - with the layout as shown, I think I would be happier if those names and usages were simply transposed, but maybe not possible due to siding lengths etc
Mark Lamb wrote:I can confirm that 10 points were lever worked, and not trailable. The normal operation at Penmaenmawr was for an empty stone train to arrive on the Up and stand behind 13 shunt signal. The ....
Mark Lamb wrote:I'm pretty certain that 15 was always a yellow disc from original commissioning in 1952 (following the Irish Mail collision of 1950), until recovered when the approaches to the yard were relayed in ?
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