Blog Entry# 2079829
Posted: Dec 04 2016 (09:01)
Last Response: Dec 06 2016 (12:42)
Dec 04 2016 (09:01)
MirzaRa1~ 239 blog posts 447 correct pred (78% accurate)
What is the difference between Regular , Junction , Terminus , Central ,Halt Station ???
5 posts - Sun Dec 04, 2016
Dec 04 2016 (10:57)
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An FAQ worthy post DSP Sir.
I wasn't aware of the 'signalling boxes' stuff!
#Admin kindly add this post to the FAQ section!
Dec 05 2016 (23:55)
WELCOME JBP ET OHE OMG 😲 AGAIN~ 10537 blog posts 14 correct pred (46% accurate)
Max halts r PH type na sir ??
Dec 06 2016 (00:04)
Raees~ 733 blog posts 11 correct pred (73% accurate)
one thing I have noted about halts is that there are only two tracks in a halt...one for up and 1 for down...i am not sure it's applicable in all cases
Dec 06 2016 (00:04)
Main nd around in VM TPJ Sud be Diesel~ 1017 blog posts 6 correct pred (76% accurate)
Junction:-meeting of tracks coming frm one or more location excluding to nd fro main track.eg tj
Regular:-A station where it has only to nd fro tracks but having loop lines.eg alu
Terminus:-A station where the tracks ends in other words it has to tracks not fro tracks.eg ltt
Central:-Main station of a important city.eg tvc
Dec 06 2016 (12:42)
A good day ahead~ 2313 blog posts
Yes. Like I said, Halt stations do not have any signalling controls nor do they have any staff to handle the operations. So usually they'll have only the mainline and no switches or loop lines. Some times, one may have crossovers ( switch from one track to the other) at halt stations, but in those cases, the signalling is usually controlled from the nearest large station.
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