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My name is signal trainer, basically I work for Network Rail as a signal engineering instructor, teaching people how to maintain and rectify faults on signalling equipment , this sort of knowledge I have put to use on model layouts and I also design electronic circuits for railways big and small!! I am looking forward to many conversations with fellow ethusiasts.
 

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Welcome Signal Trainer.
As Neil has said signalling experience will be very useful here.
 

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Welcome Signal Trainer from another Aussie.
I am sure you will not only be able to provide information but obtain a lot as well.
 

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Hi signal trainer & welcome to the forum.

Nice to see another member here from, not only Kent but from "Planet Thanet".

I'm sure that you will have plenty of information to share on the forum.
 

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Welcome also from a signal enthusiast. I'm not professionally involved in signalling but am a member of the Trust that is restoring St Albans South Signalbox in 1:1 scale (see www.sigbox.co.uk). We do have a "Signalling" sub-forum; look under the 'Track, layouts & scenery' section of the forum.

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John Webb
 

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thanks everybody for a warm wellcome to this forum, as I stated earlier, if I can help anybody with any queries I will be glad to do so
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Hi Signal Trainer, and welcome to the forum.

As you can see I also live on our sunny(?) isle - Cliftonville to be precise, and have lived here all my life.

I look forward to picking your brains.

Regards
 
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