GKRT0045 Iss 1
Lineside Signals, Indicators and Layout of Signals
This document defines the format, presentation and layout of lineside signalling equipment that is used to display movement authority information to infrastructure managers operating stations, and railway undertaking personnel.
Railway Group Standard
GKRT0031 Iss 4 , GKRT0032 Iss 2
GKRT0045 Iss 2
Control Command and Signalling - CCS
Energy - ENE
Traffic Operation and Management - TOM
10 BN01 ;
10 IA01 ;
0045 Iss 1 AM001
Provision of flashing red points indicator associated with Stop Boards
Arrangements to remind driver of divergent speed where the points are in excess of 800m from signal (CF2224)
Utilisation of Category 2 signals as running signals in Thameslink tunnels
Provision of flashing aspects for signals NT1415 and NT1426
Retention of non compliant position light route indicator on WL61, Ryecroft Junction
Junction speed control at Stoats Nest Junction.
Application of flashing aspects in the Down direction at Willesden North Junction
Provision of flashing aspect sequences on approach to ME25, ME94, ME159 and ME189 as part of Evergreen 3 project.
Non-provision of route indicator on ME508 independent position light signal on the Down Main at Marylebone Station.
Junction Signalling on approach to Cowlairs West Junction from Queen Street Station.
Flashing aspects applied to Clarborough Junction
Flashing aspect sequences for Miskin Loops and Ystrad Mynach South Junction as part of Cardiff Area Resignalling
Junction signalling approaching Old kent Road Junction from Queens Road Peckham.
Non provision of route indicators on ME10 signal, Marylebone Station
Format of position light junction indicator as a bar of light.
Use of font not a “close approximation to Gill Sans light” for LED Standard and Miniature Alphanumeric Route Indicators
Use of alternative characters in standard route indicators at Crewe Station.
New junction signal M140 signal protecting Newton Station
EN8061 Signal at Brandon - Distance from Facing Points
Flashing aspect approach to SN202 for route to Up Poplar
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