From Rob Chandler:
Canadian railway signal interpretations and definitions (based on Canadian Rail Operating Rules - CROR).You can either select your own signal pattern and mast style or have some "fun" and let the system pick a pattern for you (Game Time).Are you new to world of railroading or need to brush up on your signals for an upcoming review?Signals is a great learning tool. With Signals you can perform what-if scenarios with various signal patterns. How would a signal definition be changed if a light was blinking instead of being on? What effect does adding or removing a letter plate have?This utility handles all 129 valid light and letter plate combinations.The following aspect combinations are included: Mast style with single, double and triple aspects. Staggered and non-staggered aspects. Single and double aspect dwarf signals. Letter plates (except double letter plate signals).>> Please disregard the poor review from Feb 11/13. <
What's new in this version:
1. Wording changes: Dwarf & Dwf to LowMast and "Decode" to "Solve".2. Minor correction to wording for rule #'s 27B, 416, 417, 418, 419, 420, 422, 428 & 431.3. Transport Canada recently changed their CROR webpage address.