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Observance of Signals 4/4
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The rail traffic may continue to its
How far can you travel if 1 of your 2 headlights fail?
To the closest repair station, Mayne Yard.
How far can you travel if you have total headlight failure?
Dynamic Speed Indicator
What does DSI stand for?
A single yellow
What signal aspect can a DSI be found on?
25, 40, 50 or 80
What 4 speeds can the DSI show?
• Hand, hand held, flag and light signals
• Train whistle
• Bell signals
• Flashing headlight
• Railway track signals
What equipment and signals could you use in an emergency?
When the rear of the consist has passed the speed board.
When can RTC increase the speed in relation to the speed board?
Before the first carriage reaches the speed board
When can RTC decrease the speed in relation to the speed board?
Until the next speed board
How long does a speed board remain in effect?
A black P on a yellow circle
How is a Repeat Signal identified?
Provide rail traffic crews with an indication that the signal being repeated is either at stop or proceed
What is a Repeat Signal's purpose?
On the approach side of a signal which has a restricted view
Where are Repeat Signal's located?
Proceed on a green, do not proceed on a yellow.
What is the RTG duties when sighting a repeat signal off a platform?
Signals that are mainly used to authorise running movements but may also be used for shunting movements.
What are running signals?
Shunting signals regulate shunting movements in sidings, through crossover tracks or along running tracks.
What are shunting signals?
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