Signal numbers (oh signal numbers)

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Yeah, difficult, whenever I go to London I don't normally have the time to do it (I live 2 hours away from it plus I'm not an earlybird!)
 

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And dont they have ticket barriers on each platform, so getting to the end, would that be a problem?
 
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They don't have ticket barriers, but occasionally staff do check tickets on the platforms.
 
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Are the odd numbers the signals protecting the platforms?

EDIT: I mean even numbers!
 

TomCrame

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The starters run from W1 to W35(?) (Maths isn't my strong point).

The international platforms are W9XX.

The home signals protecting the platform are W2 to W12 IIRC.
 

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A more difficult one then. Does anyone know what the signal numbers were at the old St Pancras. I know P2 was WH7 and P4 was WH10 but I'm not sure about the others. Oviously in this case checking isn't an option, since the signals arn't there anymore, and I'm not sure if the signals at the interim station are numbered the same.
 

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A little delayed...
P1 - WH1
Siding A - WH501
P3 - WH7
P4 - WH10
P5 - WH11
P6 - WH13
P7 - WH15

Geoff M.
 
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