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East Croydon
This sign beside the Down Slow line at East Croydon marks the commencement of a site of known low rail adhesion. (Photo taken 18 May 2006)

These signs at Dawlish denote the end of a low rail adhesion site near the entrance to Kennaway Tunnel. (Photo taken 22 June 2011)

This sign alongside the Down Largs line at Stevenston warns drivers to expect poor rail adhesion for the next two miles (3.2 km) ahead. (Photo taken 3 July 2009)

This sign beside the sea wall at Llanaber denotes the start of the section of line where a speed restriction of 30 mph (50 km/h) may be imposed during strong winds or high tides. (Photo taken 23 August 2008)

This South West Trains car stop marker at the south end of Brockenhurst station denotes the stopping position for multiple unit trains composed of ten to twelve cars. Below this is a Cab Secure Radio (CSR) channel code reminder sign showing channel code "42", combined with an alias plate showing the radio identification number "1013", which applies only to the line on the left. The sign with the leaf symbol alerts drivers to the presence of a low rail adhesion site between this station and the next. (Photo taken 24 September 2010)