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Level Crossings - Belgium.

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I really should know the answer to this, but, as I am replacing the (incorrect) traffic warning lights to the level crossing on SL with the correct style ones & refitting the barriers I need to know the function & sequence of the yellow lights.

I've done a google search & also looked on youtube & only got more confused - I though they operated similar to UK ones - the yellow would be on (steady) for a few seconds before the reds started flashing (by this time the yellows would be off) then the barriers would descend.

Some information tells me that the yellow flashes intermttantly when the it is clear to cross !

Can anybody help me to get this right please.
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You could always go to Belguim on a "fact finding tour" (P*ss up)
Sorry not to help!!
QUOTE (wolverton bloomer @ 7 Feb 2009, 12:10) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>You could always go to Belguim on a "fact finding tour" (P*ss up)

Sounds good to me!

QUOTE (BRITHO @ 8 Feb 2009, 20:48) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Sounds good to me!


Predictable - off you go then !
If you pay my airfare and accomadations costs I will join you!

There's a new book out on "Level Crossings" which includes a chapter on international varients - see my post under Prototype Information for more details.

(Possibly cheaper than an air fare + accomodation??)

QUOTE (John Webb @ 11 Feb 2009, 14:31) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Brian,

(Possibly cheaper than an air fare + accomodation??)

Maybe! But nowhere near as much fun


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