Network Rail run a school for signallers at Perth. Two videos have been made in the class room to illustrate how Network Rail goes about the training of new signallers. All signallers must first learn absolute block working as this is the fundamental grounding for all other signalling systems.
In part 2 the trainer explains the working of an entrance-exit (NX) panel and the operation of a Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) controlled crossing. The video then moves on to the mysteries of 'approach control'.
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|Filmed by:||Nick Jones|
|Historic Photographs:||Major Ian Hughes|
|Filmed in:||Part 1: April 2016
Part 2: June 2016
|Local Operations Manager:||Alison Bodie|
|Trainers:||Part 1: Bruce Langlands.
Part 2: Ian Carroll, Bruce Langlands.
|Students:||Part 1: Ian Gordon, Kim Hayton, Ryan Kell
and the class of April 2016.
|Video Editor:||Nick Jones|
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