Train Simulator – How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator

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This guide is for people who are not sure how approach LUL signals and also how to place them onto a custom Route.

 
 

LUL signal aspects

 

Let’s start off with two aspect Signals.

 
The first will be danger is a RED aspect (on only Home Signals). This means stop. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Next will be caution is a Yellow aspect (on only Distance Signals). This means you should find the next signal is at danger. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Next will be proceed is a Green aspect (on Both Distance and Home Signals). This means you can travel at line speed or the max speed of the train which ever is lower. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Next is a signal aspect only found on LUL signals is the Green over Red aspect (on only Home Signals). This means stop and the train stop is lowering. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 

Now lets move on to 3 aspect Signals

 
There are two types Home over Distance style and British Rail style. We first look at Home over distance style. Here is the first and it is the danger aspect.This means stop. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 

Finally lets move on to Subsidiary Signals

 
There are a few types we look at in this guide. First is Disc style shunt signal. The Danger aspect is horizontal red line. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
The Proceed aspect is diagonal line a 45 degrees.Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Next is the position light shunt signals. The danger aspect is two RED aspects in a horizontal line. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
The proceed aspect is two WHITE aspects in a diagonal line at 45 degrees. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
 

How to place LUL signals on a double track line

 
First load up the route you want to edit. e.g The Isle of wight LUL Signals Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Then if you have not select the asset pack JT LULibrary, then select it now.Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Then chose the signal you would like to place. e.g. JTLU B3A 0T Auto Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Then Place the Signal were you would like to place it. To turn signal use left click on a mouse and hold down antill you have got it face the way you what it. Then click on the track you want it to control. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Then right to prevent repeating this part if you not want an other signal. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Then double click on the signal. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Then in the two box insert the Signal ID e.g. WFP 11. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Then if you would like to move it just a single left click.Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Then if you have moved it to where you want it then just right click. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 
Then restart the game to see the signal ID. 
Train Simulator - How to Place Signal on a Custom Route in Train Simulator 
 

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