Railway Signal Aspects

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Fri Aug 16 08:51:18 EDT 2013

Is there anything similar around to this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_railway_signals or this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UK_railway_signalling ?

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>    It is true that signals haven't changed all that much over the years. As far as signals are concerned, having a rule book in hand is not going to tell you any more than the links that have already been posted. They only show you the name of the signal, the aspect of the signal and the definition of the signal. Although one can figure things out, a rule book does not in so many words explain or show you every possible sequence of signal aspects that can be seen over the road. So for the modeler, a rule book in hand is not the end of the world.

>    I will agree, that some form of picture book would be helpful would be most helpful to the modeler who wants to signal his layout in a logical manner.


>Jimmy Lisle


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