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On Sunday 17th March 2019 Automatic Train Operation (ATO) was finally, and successfully, introduced on the Sub-Surface Railway (SSR). Next week, or maybe the week after, we’ll put the significance of this in context and look at future planned developments. Meanwhile, if an illustrated article about signals wrapped in black plastic would interest you, read on… Nice but dull One of the downsides of modern signalling is that it has none of the visual imagery of the signal gantries of ...
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