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Shunt Signal In Indian Railway  
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Apr 02 2014 (7:54PM)
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Shunt Signal In Indian Railway

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Love the weather of Bangalore*^~   Added by: Love the weather of Bangalore*^~  Apr 02 2014 (7:54PM)
SH-11 :
It is a shunt signal. Shunt signals are used for controlling shunting movements(movements typically within a station yard).
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When two bottom lights are on, it means stop . To allow a shunting movement past this signal, the left bottom light will be turned off and the top middle light will be turned on.
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