kestreleyes wrote: at that end of the layout the key thing is that we have to live with not just what we wanted to signal but what we can signal in connection with NR`s line too,the simpler the better for all,eg keep it basic,mechanical and very little off.
the signs and distant board are subject to some meetings we will be having soon,so may change,or not,as its NRs side its their call.
Chris Osment wrote:Errr....below signal 5 it states "Ground Frame 1 released by divisible staff" - but what GF, as there is none shown in that part of the diagram ??
Fay Singpoint wrote:
If the St Andrew's Cross symbols adjacent to signals 5 & 6 are supposed to represent telephones, then you don't need Rule 55 diamonds. I've seen that mistake made in the past on quite a few preserved railways.
That was my suggestion a few posts back, along with 15B, which would be part of the same misalignment.Chris Osment wrote:Or is it just a case of a mis-alignment of lines in the drawing?
1,top n tail,drop loco off back at riverside.
2.run round at riverside if terminating there
3.do the model railway classic, drop off top n tail loco ,drop original round and back again,so you keep youre original loco on the front,takes time,and may not be used, the layout is best suitable for what we needed and what we could do with the land available
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