Tag Archives: railway signalling

Operations on the Hong Kong Tramways

The other day I had a quick look at the Hong Kong Tramways, while today I am going to have a look at the more operational details. First up is the signalling used (or lack thereof), followed by the remote control of junctions

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British railway signalling and MTR East Rail

The majority of the MTR lacks complicated lineside signalling, but thankfully for a railfan the East Rail line has a much more interesting system, based on British practice. So what makes it tick?

"Caution" aspect on East Rail line signal 1203 Continue reading

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Railway signalling on the MTR underground

With such a busy network, what kind of signalling does the MTR use to direct their trains along their journey? As it happens, the lineside signals may be dead simple, but other technology is at work behind the scenes.

Signals at the Tung Chung end of Sunny Bay station Continue reading

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