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Two and four-aspect signalsEdit

Four-Aspect-Signals
1. Green Aspect: Clear, proceed normally at permissive speed
2. Double Yellow Aspect: Preliminary caution, proceed expecting caution at next signal
3. Yellow Aspect: Caution, proceed and preparing to stop at next signal
4. Red Aspect: Danger, stop

Feathers and Route IndicatorsEdit

Diversionary-Signal
1. Green Aspect: Clear, proceed normally at permissive speed
2. Flashing Double Yellow Aspect: Preliminary caution, proceed initialising brake towards upcoming speed restriction as indicated
3. Flashing Yellow Aspect: Caution, proceed, continue to brake towards speed indicated, expect feathered aspect at next signal
4. Feathered Aspect: Clear/Caution, proceed expecting diversion at next junction as indicated by feather, drive in accordance with relevant signal aspect

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Banner-Repeaters
1. White Horizontal Banner: On, the signal it applies to is set at danger
2. White Diagonal Banner: Off, the signal it applies to is set to a proceed aspect
3. Green Banner: Off, the signal it applies to is set to specifically a green aspect

Position signalsEdit

Position-Signals
1. Subsidiary Signal: Used in conjunction with a main signal for calling-on procedures
2. Ground Position Light: Typically found on standalone posts with no corresponding main signal
3. Limit of Shunt Signal: A type of ground position light which can display 'stop' only

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