Yellow stripes denote the safe working area from electrocution. If it is an OHL train then it is below the roof, required safe distance away from...
And you should learn to spell! 1-0! #-o
Exactly! The rule book is much thicker that side of the fence.
It's a replica.
That is all.
I assume they comminicate via radio or something.
Wouldn't the 67 create the pressure, and the driver just control the braking?
Just remember I'm not passed in rules, so I'm just saying what I think I might do.
No, if you had read my post carefully, the train would be ECS therefore no one on it, therefore the guard (and possibly the 3rd man) would be with...
Whoops! Yes it is '72. My apologies.
Remember that most heritage railways run to their version of the 1975 rule book, not the 2009 NR book.
Each railway's rules will be specific to...
Stop, detrain (obviously not if some of your passengers are not able to get down to track level, then your stuck), and get away as quickly as...
I like this idea. I would support it and offer my services in the restoration of the line to working order, should the motion be accepted and...
Press Release off website:
Smokebox out of Altin facing Alresford
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Agreed totally Mitchell. We all have two ears one mouth for a reason so that we listen more than we talk.
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