Signalling School York 13th June 2016

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lcplandy

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Our box is a fringe box so one side is old school absolute block bells and dials the other side is panel block so it's just simple letting trains past there's a crossover but it's hardly ever used. I get in at 8.20
 
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TomBoyd

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Ooooh jammy!!! What time do you get in tomorrow morning? I'm jealous you've got to have a play!!! You're going to miles ahead of me :-/

When i went on my course I was the only one there that didn't already work for Network Rail!

Don't worry, it will all level out very quickly.
 

lcplandy

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I've never worked for network rail. Just got 3 days in the signal box. I was expecting not to get the job as there were 5 people going for the job internally.
 

signaller62

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The pace is a akin to a Harrier taking off! Vertical Learning "Curve"!

Great Instructors, facilities & fellow course members. Everyone pulls together.

10 in our group & we split into a 3 3 4 grouping for the Sims.

Handling multiple trains & remembering to send the appropriate Bells to the correct Box is my nightmare!
 

Mikesig

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The pace is a akin to a Harrier taking off! Vertical Learning "Curve"!

Great Instructors, facilities & fellow course members. Everyone pulls together.

10 in our group & we split into a 3 3 4 grouping for the Sims.

Handling multiple trains & remembering to send the appropriate Bells to the correct Box is my nightmare!

They key thing to remember is to not be afraid to make mistakes on the SIM. It's much better to make them there than in your real box. I'm sure Carl will do everything to help you.
 
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