The signal box at Wallan had been damaged by fire after a copper wire theft.
Edited 22 Feb 2020 19:51, 4 months ago, edited by KRviator
The signal box at Wallan had been damaged by fire after a copper wire theft.Are these questions even relevant at the present situation?I think that the RTBU's comments may be very relevant given that according the the last WON issued, Wallan loop was supposed to be booked out and the points padlocked set for the main whilst repairs caused by a recent control box fire are carried out. Train Authority working is currently in working between Kilmore East and Donnybrook as the CTC (or whatever it is called these days) is inoperable. Drivers have also been instructed to ignore signal aspects. It was because of the Train Authority working that there was also the tragic death of the pilot as well as the driver.
Are we talking the BG or the SG for those following?
Train Authorities...now we are getting close!
Great post. I heard a caller who was a passenger say that the copper wiring had been stolen. Everyone (in main stream media) is saying signalling problems but there is a lot of 'static interference' from main media reports. We just have to sift through it.
This is the relevant rule.
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