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UCOR EXAM Rules 605 to 673
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Rules Covered #605 to 673

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RULE 605 - Q.1 - Interlocking signals govern the use of the routes of an interlocking, and as to movements within interlocking limits, their indications:

RULE 605A - Q.2 - Unless otherwise specified in special instructions, is rear flag protection required within interlocking signals?

RULE 611 - Q.3 - Unless otherwise provided, in what position must signals be kept?

RULE 612 - Q.4 - If any irregularity affecting the operation of the signals is detected how must they be displayed until repairs are made?

RULE 613 - Q.5 - When the route is set, when must signals be operated?

RULE 615 - Q.6 - If it is necessary to change any route for which the signals have been cleared for an approaching train or engine, what must be done before switches, movable point frogs or derails are changed or signals cleared for a conflicting route?

RULE 616 - Q.7 - When must the lever operating switch, derail, movable point frog, detector bar or lock not be moved?

RULE 617 - Q.8 - Operating levers must be blocked or marked and should not be used:

RULE 621 - Q.9 - Must signalmen observe as far as practicable, whether the indications of the signals correspond with the position of the levers?

RULE 623 - Q.10 - If there is a derailment, or if a switch, movable point frog or derail is run through, or if any damage occurs to the track on interlocking, the signals must be restored so as to display their most restrictive indication. May any movement be permitted until all parts of the interlocking and track liable to consequent damage have been examined and are known to be in safe condition?

RULE 626 - Q.11 - Must signalmen, as practicable, observe all passing trains and note whether they are complete and in order?

RULE 628 - Q.12 - May hand signals be used when the proper indication can be dispalyed by the interlocking signals?

RULE 633 - Q.13 - What must be done if a train or engine overruns a signal indicating STOP?

RULE 637 - Q.14 - May a running switch movement be made within interlocking limits?

RULE 663(a) - Q.15 - A train or engine must not pass an interlocking signal indicating STOP until conductor or engineman has been fully informed of the situation, or hand signal has been received from the signalman. How must movement then be made?

RULE 633(b) - Q.16 - What color lights by night and what color flags by day will be used by signalmen in giving hand signals?

RULE 670 - Q.17 - May a reverse movement within interlocking limits or a forward movement after making a reverse movement be made?

RULE 670A - Q.18 - When a train or engine having accepted an indication of an interlocking signal permitting it to proceed stops within thirty feet after passing such signal when must it not then again proceed?

RULE 671 - Q.19 - If an interlocking station is closed, and a signal for an open route indicates stop, what must train and engine crews know before proceeding?

RULE 672(a) - Q.20 - When a train or engine is stopped by the stop indication of an automatic interlocking signal, and no immediate conflicting movement is evident, a member of the crew must proceed to the crossing and unlock box marked switches and be governed by?

RULE 672(b) - Q.21 - In boxes where lights are provided to indicate the approach of trains, if those of the opposing railway are lighted and no train is seen approaching, the member of the crew will?

RULE 672(c) - Q.22 - When a train or engine is stopped by a stop indication of an automatic interlocking signal, the provisions of Rule 672 must be observed. In boxes where lights are provided and such lights are not burning, a member of the crew must:

RULE 673 - Q.23 - When a train is running against the current of traffic, it must approach interlocking limits at what speed?

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