No data yet, but probably only because its out of the range of receivers.tttodisp wrote:Did you see any data or only a baseline message? I see it in my database, but without data.
Ohh wait. I got two control hits on it.
Now using the old CR diagram.. we can fairly match the machine.
C11 and C12 are switch number one. Now, the mainline 1 pair is gone. But the 1A remains. And it would make sense the DS would leave this reverse. Not a lot of moves over the diamond. This was a weird 3 switch pair. But now its a single switch.
C13 and C14 are switch pair number 3 for the wye. Also this wye is reverse 95% of the time. So this fits.
C15 and C16 are the 5 pair.
C17 and C18 is the removed 7 switch for the elevator.
C21 and C22 is the 9 pair.
Now the signal bits for this is weird.... there are four signal bits, and four stop bits here. No pairs.
The weird thing is that despite the fact that two physical non conflicting routes are possible from the southbound bracket. They are all tied to the same signal bit. 6S 1 and 3 (2 being no longer possible).
Someone back in the day at CR cheaped out on this dude. And it looks like NS simply put the Conrail era machine on ATCS (Like they did at Belshaw)
Decoding this stuff is going to be a beeeotch. The coal plant at Wheatfield shut down, there is nothing south of the diamond but a single customer. So only the rare local will use most of the plant. There is a grain customer towards wheatfield...
The 9 switch is the only thing that ever moves...