Railroad - Operating Session Information
Additional information on Quaker Valley operations:
Remote CTC Dispatching
Operating Positions on the Quaker Valley
Quaker Valley Track Plan
Sample Operating Schedule an example from the January 31, 2015 session
Using Car Cards & Waybills on the Quaker Valley
JMRI US&S CTC
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Signals on the Quaker Valley
Layout Editor Panel
This panel shows all main line and sidings,
and indications of the yards and staging of the Quaker Valley
Railroad. The signals shown are live and react to settings by the
Dispatcher on the CTC panels.
Signals 26E and 16W display a PRR style Clear aspect. Signals 20W
and 26W display a Held or Stop aspect. Signals on the Quaker
Valley are searchlight signals and show Clear (green),
Approach (yellow), Stop (red) and Held. Signal 30E at Enola
is Held. This panel can be displayd on the Android tablets so
engineers can follow the signal indication from the Dispatcher.
Tracks shown in balck are unoccupied. Tracks in red and maroon
reflect the block occupancy detectors being activated. Turnouts
reflect their position on the layout.
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