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Switches and Crossing in Railways / How do Train change Tracks.  
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Sep 24 2012 (8:15PM)
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Switches and Crossing in Railways / How do Train change Tracks.

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Guest: 7fd8cadd   Added by: ↪ abbas*^~  Sep 24 2012 (8:15PM)
An Introduction to Switches & Crossings - Network Rail engineering education (12 of 15)
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Published on Mar 27, 2012 by networkrail
Switches and crossings play an essential role in connecting the rail network. We use them to guide trains from one track to another and to enable lines to cross paths. Put simply, they're the junctions that allow us to create a multi-lined,
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multi-routed rail network. This is how they work
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