"No Sanding"

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Johnny_w

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I know that this image is from the Train Simulator2012 game, and it shows on the new Scottish East Coast Mainline.

But why would you have sections of 'no sanding' ?

I apologise if it's a stupid question, but i can't for the life of me figure it out.

Thanks,

JW
 

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That sign doesn't mean "no sanding". It indicates the end of an area where Sandite has to be applied, e.g. on the approach to a station.
 

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That sign doesn't mean "no sanding". It indicates the end of an area where Sandite has to be applied, e.g. on the approach to a station.

Ahh top answer! Nice one. Thank you. I shall report back to my Rail Simulating brethren on facebook.

I appreciate you offering answer.

Best Regards,

JW
 

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I know that this image is from the Train Simulator2012 game, and it shows on the new Scottish East Coast Mainline.

But why would you have sections of 'no sanding' ?

I apologise if it's a stupid question, but i can't for the life of me figure it out.

Thanks,

JW

This is off topic, but is that the down platform at Inverkeithing
 
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