SAR Speed Restriction Boards and CR Station Warning signs

 
  xdford Chief Train Controller

Hi All,

I seem to remember that SAR temporary speed boards were triangular either pointing up or down  depending on whether it was the beginning or end of the restriction but cannot remember whether the boards pointed up or down  at which end.  Can anyone help please?

Is there a site which shows SAR / ANR lineside speed boards. whistle signs, mileage posts, etc etc which I could copy for modelling purposes?

Also I seem to remember that stations son the CR between Pt Pirie and Pt Augusta had a board about a mile or so from the station which
was possibly about  4 feet x 2 ft (1200 x 600) on two posts with the station name on the board. It seemed as if that were a warning board and Yard Limit sign... anyone have a picture or again is there a site that has CR signs?  

TIA

Trevor

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  KRviator Moderator

Location: Up the front
Check out Page 20 (Page 30 per Adobe) of the ARTC NCOP rules. That shows the trackside signs and for the TSR, them as being an upwards point for the approach, a downward point for the entrance and a white square for the exit to a restriction.
  xdford Chief Train Controller

Check out Page 20 (Page 30 per Adobe) of the ARTC NCOP rules. That shows the trackside signs and for the TSR, them as being an upwards point for the approach, a downward point for the entrance and a white square for the exit to a restriction.
"KRviator"


Thanks for that but I guess I am showing the internal dinosaur and thinking back to the 70's - I daresay that the CR station boards as I recall them don't exist. However those signs will be useful so thank you again

Cheers

Trevor

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