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 Posted: Sun Sep 16th, 2018 06:50 am
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This caught my eye whilst waiting at the local station. 
A derailer to stop runaway trains entering the mainline is common but look what any  derailed train would collide into - its a newly erected  stanchion !!



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Hi Dave,
You could have put this into "There's a Prototype for Everything" without a problem ... not quite like Hints and Tips in that regard.

Where is the station in Sydney?  I initially thought Loftus but then there are several examples that look similar that I can recall...

Cheers and thanks for another example of TAPFE

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xdford wrote: Hi Dave,
You could have put this into "There's a Prototype for Everything" without a problem ... not quite like Hints and Tips in that regard.

Where is the station in Sydney?  I initially thought Loftus but then there are several examples that look similar that I can recall...

Cheers and thanks for another example of TAPFE

Trevor

Hi Trevor,

The station is Gordon on the North Shore Line. I will post the photo under TAPFE
best wishes



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Hi Dave.  I have just found a former station, on the Hoo Branch in Kent, Stoke Junction Halt, been closed for many years. Buy it was operated by one man, a single line station, not a passing station but it had a token and the single member of staff did the lot Crossing Gates and all.   Best wishes Kevin 



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