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Editorial Committee *0. S. NOCK, A.C.G.l., B.Sc., D.l.C., C.Eng., F.l.C.E., F.I.Mech.E., F.I.R.S.E. Chairman J. H. FEws, C.Eng., F.I.R.S.E., F.I.E.E. R. A. P OPE, M.A., C.Eng., F.l.R.S.E., M.l.E.E. *L. H. F. TUFF, C.Eng., F.I.R.S.E., F.I.E.E. • J. F. H. TYLER, B.Sc., C.Eng., F.I.R.S.E., F.l.E.E., F.C.I.T. *D. C. WEBB, C.Eng., F.I.R.S.E., F.I.E.E. •Past-Presidents of the I.R.S.E. The Committee must express their appreciation of the contributions made by the following: Messrs B. G. Buckler, A. D. Fleet, D. J. Glyde, J. V. Goldsbrough, B. H. Grose, D. A. Hotchkiss, R. T. Hutt, P. C. James, C. Law, C. A. Porter, A. J. R. Rowbotham, G. C. Smith, D. H. Stratton and R. B. Woodhead. The circuit diagrams and signalling plans were prepared by D. A. Wood.
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British Library Catllloguing in Publication Data Railway signaUiug: a treatise on the recent practice of British Railways. I. Railroads-Great Britain-Signal I. Institution of Railway Signal Engineers II. Nock, Oswald Stevens
625.1 ' 65' 0941
ISBN 0- 7136-2724- 7
Typeset by Santype I nternational Limited, Salisbury, Wilts. Printed in Great Britain by Antony Rowe Limited, Chippenham
Railway Signalling A treatise on the recent practice of British Railways Prepared under the direction of a Committee of the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers under the general editorship of
0. S. NOCK Honorary Fellow and Past President of the Institution
A & C Black · London
Contents and Illustrations Foreword Preface
The Philosophy of RaiJway Signalling 1:1 British Railways' multiple-aspect signalling system 2
Layout of Signals and Track Circuits 2:1 2-aspect signalling : (A) Rapid Transit (B) British Ra ilways 2:2 3- and 4-aspect signalling 2:3 2-Yellow headway in 4-aspect area 2:4 British Railways' standard braking ·w· curve 2:5 British R ailways' standard composite brak ing curve 2:6 Optimum headway and line capacity and effect of running at a speed less than that for which the line is signalled 2:7 Theoreti cal and practical oraking technique 2:8 Stopping headway at an intermediate station 2:9 3-aspect stopping headway calcula tions for an inte rmed iate station 2: 10 4-aspect stopping headway calculations for an intermediate station 2: 11 Effect of trai n speed on headway 2: 12 Signalling at an intermediate station with loop platform 2: 13 Layo ut of signals at a converging junction 2: 14 Layout of signals at a double junctio n 2: 15 Layout of signals at a left-hand double running junction 2:16 Double running junctions o n high speed lines 2: 17 Track circuiting at a divergence of two tracks 2: 18 Track circuiting at a crossover between parallel runn ing lin es 2: 19· Track circuiting at a left-hand double junction 2:20 Track circuiting at a left-hand do uble running junction 2:2 1 Su bsidiary signal at entrance to siding or yard 2:22 Subsidiary signal at entrance to occupied platfo rm (simple case) 2:23 Subsidiary signal as draw-ahead for setting back into siding 2:24 Shunting signals and associated track circuiting 2:25 Signalling and track circuiting at a terminal station 2:26 3-aspect ju nction signalling 2:27 4-aspect junctio n signalling
3 The Principles of Interlocking and Cont rolu m ':JL.l ooC( r< >(\I -'w
y 4%AT R
757 * 1
*1 Fig. 3: 14
7- SECOND TIME DELAY ON DETECTION DURING MOVEMENT OF POINTS WHEN 508 C OPERATED .
Example of signa l a nd ro ute control table 75
z V'l .... z
SET AND LOCKED NORMAL BY Roures
SOSA . 5058.
SET AND LOCKED REVERSE BY ROUTES
w 1- 01. U.l/)
w 1- .J
S06A. SOSA .
4SI(M)D 5038 .
z UK w 765N OR 766R .
481(M)C . 503A.
TN. UK .
Fig. 3:15 Example of point control table maintained and to prevent the signal returning to Red the detection is bridged out during a 7-second time lag to avoid a disconnection during the operation of the point machine. The signals in rear of 508 are automatic and will clear in sequence after the passage of a train. Hence there is no need for approach locking track circuits VM and VL to be conditional on 520 and 516 being OFF. The approach locking is released by VK clear after VK and VJ have been occupied; in effect this amounts to a ' last-wheel' release as the train clears VK. This combination of occupied and clear track circuits prevents a false release of the approach locking by a 'bobbing' track circuit or an insulated block joint failure (which would cause two track circuits to fail). Other points to note are the absence of separate overlap track
circuits at the automatic signals 5 16, 520 and 526 and similarly at the controlled signals 498 and 500. At the last two signals, the speeds are low and the overlaps are so short that separa te track circuits would not be warranted for flank protection alone. In Fig. 3:16 there is an example of short track locking distance. Points 757 are situated only a short distance from signal 496 and in consequence .must be locked by TM with a time release. This is shown in the point route locking table as TM clear or TM occupied with a I 0-second release. A further point to note concerns the signal route locking. All track circuits which effect this route locking are situated between the end of the overlap at signal 498 (that is, at the joint between UH and UG) and the platform starting signals. They are not shown in the diagram (except for UG). The purpose
POINT ROUTE LOCK ING
SIGNAL ROUTE LOCKING
AFTER SIGNAL OPERATED
T M OR TM OCCUPIED .
5088 - 2.0
T J . UB. UC . UF. UG.
508 UB. UC . UF. UG. B-1 UE . UF". UG.
493C. 495. '
VB. VE . UF. UG .
AFTER SIGNAL OPERATED
SOSA . 5086-1 .
VJ . UL.
VE. VC. UF. UG.