simonjackson1964 Posted August 15, 2020 Share Posted August 15, 2020 Hi. So, I know this is a largely German product, and I have no problem with that. But I'm kind-of unfamiliar with German signalling practices. So I did a bit of research and found some decent articles on the various signals in use in Germany and what they all mean. But it seems there'd something missing. In the UK, junction tracks are signalled separately. The semaphore signals above show off for the straight track with the distant signal on, and on for the junction to the right. The signal to the left is higher indicating that it is the main line. (Note the point is set to go straight...) With coloured light signals, multiple routes can be signalled more simply: A single amber light meaning proceed but expect to stop at the next light, and "take the third left", Fortunately everything there is set on, and with no view of the track, I'm not even going to attempt to decipher what each one means. But the best that I see on the online catalogue are ground signals that indicate the setting of the individual points, which would usually be used for shunting rather than main-line signalling. Please can someone point me in the right direction here? (pun intended) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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