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Signs associated with Train Protection Systems

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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)


Aberdeen
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)


Oban
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 round the curve and cannot be seen from this position. (Photo taken 3 May 2008)


Grangetown
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)