X?? Location codes

Discussion in 'Allocations, Diagrams & Timetables' started by najaB, 7 Jun 2015.

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  1. najaB

    najaB Veteran Member

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    I know that X?? location codes represent non-passenger infrastructure - depots, loops, junctions, etc. But it's there any particular reason why some junctions and loops have them while most don't?
     
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    The Planner Established Member

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    Depends a lot on whether they are mandatory timing or contractual monitoring points.
     
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    Am I right in guessing that those locations get the codes? Is this for consistency in the reports - to better match the three letter codes for stations?
     
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    Some are where old demolished boxes used to be
     
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