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Birkenhead North
A tripcock test indicator on the Up West Kirby line at Birkenhead North station, for trains heading east towards the Liverpool Loop line. (Photo taken 11 July 2009)

A permanently installed AWS cancelling indicator near Aberdeen, on the single line towards Dyce. (Photo taken 6 November 2001)

Loch Eil Outward Bound
The Up direction distant board for Loch Eil Outward Bound has a repeater 'Lineside Status Indicator' (LSI) mounted below it. This repeats the indication of the LSI fitted to the stop board at the RETB token exchange point ahead. (Photo taken 8 June 2013)

A repeater 'Lineside Status Indicator' (LSI) on Platform 3 at Oban station. A repeater is provided here because the LSI fitted to the stop board ahead is around the curve and cannot be seen from this position. (Photo taken 3 May 2008)

This sign at the south end of Grangetown station advises drivers to check the Automatic Warning System's visual indicator inside the driving cab. (Photo taken 22 July 2010)