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Library | Library C - Double Crossover
NOTE: Due to
the larger number of lines in this section, we have not shown the
blue Ain connections for the approach lighting. The Ains for all
the targets facing in the same direction (east or west), at the
same location, on parallel tracks only, should be connected together.
If you have worked with Sections A and B, you are already familiar
with the blue lines indicating these connections.
We have also differentiated between a SCISSORS
CROSSOVER (#1) and a DOUBLE CROSSOVER (#1A). Because the train
has to pass through an additional turnout on the Double Crossover,
additional TSC-2s are shown in Green. If you are not worried about
these turnouts mistakenly being set for the wrong direction, you
may bypass the green TSC-2s even if you have a Double Crossover.
See the difference between #1 and #1A for further information.
1. Scissors Crossover
2. DC with Following Diverting Route (Right)
3. DC with Following Diverting Route (Left)
4. DC with Intermediate Diverting Route (Right)
5. DC with Intermediate Diverting Route (Left)
6. DC with Preceding Diverting Route (Right)
7. DC with Preceding Diverting Route (Left)
8. DC with 2 Intermediate Diverting Route
9. DC with 1 Intermediate Diverting Route
and 1 Following Diverting Route
10. DC with Following Diverting Route (Right)
11. DC with Following Diverting Route (Left)
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