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Re: NYC passenger train at Oshtemo
Posted by D.M. Mitzel on 2/16/2017, 12:46 pm, in reply to "NYC passenger train at Oshtemo"
The signal looks like the heads are offset, meaning it isn't an absolute signal (interlocking or CP) but an advance block signal that is permissive - i.e. pass red after stopping, but at restricted speed looking out for any obstructions.
This also looks to be Rule 251 territory - signaled in the direction of travel only. This is common for the MCRR line from Chicago to Detroit, and the CASO from there to NY - in double-track territory.
Dan in Oxford
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