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What is Block Limit?  
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May 16 2013 (8:50PM)
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What is Block Limit?

Apr 22 2013 (1:19PM)
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SRG*^~   Added by: Antim Sitara★*^~  May 16 2013 (8:50PM)
Block Limits For stations (usually class 'B') on double line sections in absolute block or automatic block territory (and usually with modified lower-quadrant, upper-quadrant, or MACL signalling) a square or rectangular yellow sign with two intersecting black diagonal stripes, and with the words 'Block Section Limit' is provided 180m in advance of the Home signal; it marks the fouling point of the rearmost trailing points connecting to the station. The acronym 'BSL' may appear instead. The legend faces the station. A single white lamp may appear within the sign through a hole in the sign above the centre.
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