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heart-of-wessex

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Hi all,

Im currently half way through my Liv Street fictional 2006 TT for SimSig but im stuck on headcodes, but i'd like to know how it would work in real as well.

Chingfords are every 15 mins (mine 15 morning then 20) but can only use 2U00 - 2U99...then what? 2U99 ends up about 1800 or so and still need more, and I cant do a 2U01-1 ect as it doesn't allow it, forcing me to use another, that being 2L00 onwards.

So how would it work in real as well? would there be 2 2U01s? same as the StanEx, not Headcode freindly either!


Thanks,
James.
 
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It's not uncommon for different services to apparently share headcodes, because headcodes actually have 10 digits, and the difference is hidden in the remaining six digits.
 

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Hi Chaps,

The headcodes repeat.

Incidentally, it seems like Simsig has a number of errors. Headcodes using the letter "U" (e.g. 2U12) are trains to and from Enfield Town. Chingford services use "T".

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heart-of-wessex

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Hi all,

Thanks for the replys, I know U is Enfield ect and Simsig does state that clearly, but i got muddled up somehow. Project as started and Headcodes back to proper order now.

Awaiting to add 24 hr M-S Stan Ex's now!


Cheers

James.
 
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