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Croxton TSRs - Posted: October 2, 2019 - 11:00 PM Quote and reply
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Both 40 mph TSRS were there on the 23rd August and they still appear jn the Weekly Notice starting on Sat 5th Oct. However the weekly late changes are due tomorrow and the following week's on Friday.
I think I mentioned on Facebook that any car driver heading southbound is taking a chance as their view eastwards is completely blanked by a screen of trees. A northbound driver has a fairly good view of approaching trains apart from an old WW2 pill box which isn't significant. Since the TSR has been in force for a long time there's a chance it's gone.
Ian U 02.10.19


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Re: Croxton TSRs - Posted: October 4, 2019 - 2:44 PM Quote and reply
8001F said:
Some gremlins preventing a reply in the last post.

Both 40 mph TSRS were there on the 23rd August and they still appear jn the Weekly Notice starting on Sat 5th Oct. However the weekly late changes are due tomorrow and the following week's on Friday.
I think I mentioned on Facebook that any car driver heading southbound is taking a chance as their view eastwards is completely blanked by a screen of trees. A northbound driver has a fairly good view of approaching trains apart from an old WW2 pill box which isn't significant. Since the TSR has been in force for a long time there's a chance it's gone.
Ian U 02.10.19

No news has yet reached Milton Keynes and the Notice starting the 12th October still has it 40 mph both ways.
IU 04.10.19



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