The timetable is the beating heart of the railway’s operations, and each station has its own localised version.
Arrivals and departures are listed in sequential order. Each page of the timetable shows the detailed actions for one sequence and a summary of the actions for the next two sequences.
Station operators should complete the prescribed actions for that location before moving on to the next sequence.
The localised version of the timetable for Birmingham
The Timetable Manager has a summary timetable for the whole layout organised by sequence. He uses this to monitor the progress of the operations across the whole railway.
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