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Stopping Markers

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Two car stop markers are installed on the Down platform at Burnage station. The first one denotes the stopping position for two or three car multiple units. The next marker, which applies to 4-car trains, confusingly also displays a figure "2". (Photo taken 18 July 2009)

Farnborough (Main)
A car stop marker at Farnborough (Main) station, denoting the stopping position for multiple units comprising two to four cars. A DRA (driver's reminder appliance) reminder sign is mounted directly above. (Photo taken 18 May 2006)

Bristol Temple Meads
The double-sided St. Andrew's cross indicator denoting the boundary between Platforms 11 and 12 at Bristol Temple Meads station. (Photo taken 23 June 2011)

An assortment of stop markers at the south end of Platform 2 at Peterborough station. On the left are a "hold" stopping marker applicable to HSTs and Mark 4 trains, and a car stop marker for 12-car Class 387 electric multiple units. In the middle is a standard car stop marker for 12-car units above a stop marker that applies to all Class 80x trains, with a letter "R" at bottom right denoting that the doors must be released on the right side of the train. The diagonal sign on the right is a stop marker applicable to 12-car Class 700 electric multiple units (i.e. full length units). (Photo taken 1 July 2022)

Birmingham Snow Hill
A 'mid-platform marker board' on Platform 3 at Birmingham Snow Hill station. (Photo taken 22 May 1999)

The lower of these two South West Trains car stop markers on Platform 1 at Woolston station denotes the stopping position for multiple units composed of two to five cars. Immediately above it is a stopping marker applicable to the classes of electric multiple units specified. (Photo taken 26 June 2013)