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GKRT0045 Iss 3

Lineside Signals, Indicators and Layout of Signals

Synopsis

Small scale change. 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.
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Registered
Withdrawn
Railway Group Standard
Issued:
01/12/2012
Published:
01/12/2012
In Force:
02/03/2013
Withdrawn:
07/03/2015

Details

Under Consultation Closed
Vehicle Assessment No
Supersedes GKRT0045 Iss 2
Superseded By GKRT0045 Iss 4, GKRT0057 Iss 1, GKRT0058 Iss 1
Lead Committee Control Command and Signalling - CCS
Supporting Committee Energy - ENE; Traffic Operation and Management - TOM
Briefing Notes 12 BN17; 14 BN23
Impact Assessments
Registered
12 IA11; 14 IA25
Amendments
Registered
0045 Iss 3 AM001; 0045 Iss 3 and 0645 Iss 3 AM002
Deviations
Registered
13-053-DGN

Flashing aspects for HM567 on the Down Main in the Mirfield East Junction area.

13-054-DGN

Flashing aspects for P468 signal at Peterborough.

13-106-DEV

Salmon Pool AOCL, temporary removal of drivers’ red light.

13-110-DEV

Aldershot Junction North to Aldershot Station. 3 to 4 Aspect Sequence Transition.

13-228-DEV

TJ30/37 Signal – use of unresticted aspect sequence for junction signalling controls.

13-229-DEV

Standard alphanumeric route indicator readability at London Victoria Station and Crewe Station area.

13-233-DEV

Flashing aspects for P468 signal at Peterborough.

13-234-DEV

Flashing aspects for P468 signal at Peterborough.

14-008-DEV

TJ30/37 Signal – use of unrestricted aspect sequence for junction signalling controls

14-042-DEV

Signal B25 – Non-provision of Route Indication for Straight Route.

14-043-DEV

OFF indicator legends at Clapham Junction Station Platform 17.

14-044-DEV

OFF indicator legend at Maidstone West Station Platform 2.

14-047-DEV

No Route Indication for Straight Route on EK4157 signal at Rainham, Kent.

14-056-DEV

ER6 Signal Rochester – use of unrestricted aspect sequence for junction signalling controls.

14-080-DEV

Non-fitment of Train Protection and Warning System (TPWS) to signals that display the single yellow aspect as part of the non-standard four-aspect sequence on Great Eastern Main Line (GEML).

14-095-DEV

London Bridge station low level terminal platforms buffer stop lights.

14-107-DEV

Non-provision of Train Stop System (TSS) for cautionary aspect transition at London Bridge for Thameslink Stageworks.

14-159-DEV

Signals TL4000 and TL4118 alternative route indications.

14-160-DEV

SN105 and SN125 non-provision of approach release from red for reduced junction indication visibility.

14-133-DEV

Richmond Station Platforms 4, 5, 6 and 7.

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