If there are only two staff, and the room cannot operate with fewer than that then both having their meal break at the same time is sensible - if they go together you have no service for 30 minute, if they go consecutively you have no service for 60 minutes (assuming meal breaks are 30 minutes, but the logic is the same however long they are).
The actual problem is that the room was running with the minimum number of staff in the first place as you need minimum +1 to allow for meal breaks.
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Baker Street was the Met apart from the bit shared with the Piccadilly, the rest of the Circle and H&C. Not sure about the District Line out to Upminster.
Not quite Baker Street does Minories Junction and Aldgate East to around Preston Road. Harrow-on-the-Hill cabin takes over at Northwick Park and controls the line essentially as far as Moor Park and West Harrow, although the northbound fast doesn't even have any track circuit indications on the panel diagram. Rickmansworth cabin then takes over from Moor Park to Watford and Rickmansworth, before Amersham cabin takes over around Chorleywood to take us to Chesham and Amersham, fringing with Marylebone IECC to the north, of course, which handles the Chiltern line as far as Aylesbury and Aylesbury Vale Parkway.
Edgware Road is still handled by Edgware Road cabin and Hammersmith (Met) by Hammersmith cabin.
Post by aslefshrugged on Feb 23, 2017 15:38:11 GMT
So much easier on the Central Line, you have Wood Lane unless you are moving in Ruislip or Hainault depot. I should have remembered Edgware Road as that was the first place I worked when I joined as an Station Assistant in December 1997.
Post by whistlekiller2000 on Feb 23, 2017 22:16:28 GMT
It's very, very straightforward everyone..............
You do it like any other decent publication would. The first time you mention a potential acronym in a thread you use the Full Monty version, for example "Platform Train Interface" with "(PTI) in brackets afterwards.Thereafter feel free to use the acronym as and when. Obviously, if the acronym (with its prior explanation) has been used up-thread prior to your post then the initial explanation is unnecessary. It's the polite way to proceed and not open for argument.
This is in green. Mod-Shock. Sort it out please, it's bloody simple.
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