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Translink IE rule book for Drivers and railway staff

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I’ve just been rooting around the interwebs and incredibly (or maybe not?) I came across this piece of bedtime reading. It’s simply called ‘Rule Book’ and is 392 pages or rules relating to the operation of trains and on-track plant on the island of Ireland. A quick skim through and on page 358 for example, there is an interesting list of current PW machines.



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I don't think it's the most up-to-date rule book, but I also think there's a piece in UK legislation that says these kind of things have to be published.

For example, the entire mainland UK Working Time Table is published online: https://www.networkrail.co.uk/running-the-railway/timetabling/working-timetable/

The Railway Safety Standards Board handles the rule book in its 14,000 pieces as well, plus some interesting standards https://www.rssb.co.uk/railway-group-standards#!#Default={"k":"","r":[{"n":"rgsolDocumentStatus","t":["\"ǂǂ4c697665\""],"o":"OR","k":false,"m":{"\"ǂǂ4c697665\"":"Live"}}]}

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