|Technical drawing numbers|
|S1063/1||Record of amendments|
|S1063/3||Mechanical locking table|
|S1063/5||Electrical control table|
disc signals ahead to be cleared, the others being passed at Danger, as necessary, in the direction to which they do not apply. GW practice was t hat all disc signals had a red face, varying criteria over the years determining whether they carried a clear or red spectacle (and whether a clear spectacle meant that the signal could be passed at Danger in some circumstances). A Driver's route knowledge was relied upon to tell him which shunting signals applied to any particular shunting movement."
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|St. Austell Road Crossing||—— This box ——||Trenance Jcn|
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This page last updated on 24th May 2010.