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    Spring Switches

    Friends,

    One of our number asked me to do the north end of the AGS (NS) between Birmingham and Chattanooga
    and I am doing it as a way back burner project but a peculiar question arises. This line, except for one or
    two locations has no control points. It is automatic block, bi-directional, and the passing sidings all have
    spring switches. I ass/u/me that manual turnouts would be the best substitute for a non-signaled,
    spring switch, but anyone have a better/different idea?

    J. H. Sullivan

    #2
    I've had a couple routes that use spring switches. I used manual turnouts, as they were the closest thing I could think of. You'd just have to treat them more like hand-throw switches in-game

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      I've also used manual, but do wish we had some logic for spring switches as well.
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