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As a legacy of British imperialism, it is hardly surprising that the railways in many other parts of the world closely adhere to British practice; however, the signalling and signage in those countries has evolved differently from that in Great Britain or has been adapted to suit special requirements. These pages are not comprehensive but rather they are intended to show some of the differences that may be observed when compared to practice in Great Britain.

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Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
South Africa
Hong Kong
Queensland (Australia)
Victoria (Australia)
Signal at Paarl, South Africa