HighlandRailwayman wrote:I have always worked on the premise of a lever that is a temporary spare (i.e. one that has locking remaining on the lever but it's function is OOU - i.e. It is either secured normal in the frame by a bolt or because of the locking on that lever) should be white over its original colour.
However a lever that is worked to maintain locking (i.e. a FPL where points have been motorised, but no locking alteration has been done) should be its original colour over white, to denote the difference between a lever that is to be worked and one that is not to be worked.
John Hinson wrote:I have a feeling the "Ministry" have an aversion to new works being installed and not commissioned. I remember some new pointwork at Watford having to be plain-lined to comply. I believe there is a time-limit involved.John
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