Timetable Codes

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What do all the codes under the train picci in the timetable mean. I understand the stop board, traction and times. I'm on about things like ML351 (random) in the brief description of the turn (without individural stops)
 
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Cheers for that but what about the REL, RELD and LU codes

Culd it be possible for one of the maybank developers to do a kind of timetable key so everyone can understand it as most of these codes mean absolutly nothing to me at the mo
 

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Yep, the number at the top is the diagram number. The first two letters signify the depot code, such as :

MA Maybank
BD Brookfield
NN Norton
WL Wellford
LH Ludgate Hill

In real life this resume would be a longer list, showing a breakdown of your work for that diagram;

some abbreviations used

REL - relieve existing crew.
RELD - relieved by new crew (usually shows their diagram number so you know who worked the train last.)

JU - join unit (ie get in the cab!)
LU - leave unit

AP - attach portion (couple up)
DP - detach portion

SB - short break
PNB - personal needs break
 
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