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  1. OO
    When standing, proceed.

    When moving, stop at once.
  2. O O O
    When standing back up.

    When moving stop at the next passenger station or employee stop.
  3. _
    When standing apply or release brakes.
  4. _ O _
    Drop pantographs
  5. When standing proceed.

    When moving stop at once.
    O O
  6. When standing, back up.

    When moving, stop at next passenger station or employee stop.
    O O O
  7. When standing apply or release brakes.
    _
  8. Drop pantographs.
    _ O _
  9. If the engine is equipped with a bell it must be sounded?
    When engine is about to move, except at passenger station stops.

    While approaching and passing over public highway grade crossings

    While passing a train standing on an adjacent track

    While approaching and passing roadway workers on or near the tracks

    In an emergency.
  10. If the engine horn fails en route, the train may continue to the nearest designated repair facility. The engineer must:
    Notify the RTC as soon as possible.

    Ring the engine bell continuously.

    Approach highway grade crossings prepared to stop until the engineer observes that crossing warning devices are working as intended and the crossing is clear.

    Approach locations where roadway workers are known to be on or near tracks not exceeding 30 Mph.
  11. 4E(5) a O O
    Acknowledgement for any stop signal other than a fixed signal,

    When standing, prior to commencing forward movement, except at passenger station stops.
  12. 4E (5)b O O O
    When standing prior to commencing back up movement.

    When running, acknowledgement that train will stop at the next passenger station or scheduled employee stop.
  13. 4E (5)c _ _O _
    Approaching a public highway grade crossing. Engine horn must begin sounding at a point 1/4 mile before crossing, except if speed of train does not exceed 60 Mph and or stop is to be made before reaching crossing, horn must be sounded no less than 15 but no more than 20 seconds before entering crossing.
  14. 4E(5)d _
    Approaching a passenger station on a track adjacent to a platform.

    This signal is not required between 2100 hours and 0600 hours, unless the engineer observes one or more persons on or near the platform. At GCT.
  15. 4E(5)e _ _ O
    Approaching the location of meets.
  16. Succession of short sounds. 4E(5)f
    Alarm for person or animal on or near the tracks.
  17. 4E(5)g _OOO
    Member of crew must protect adjacent tracks.
  18. 4E(5)h _ _ _ _
    Member of crew protecting tracks may return.
  19. 4E(5)I _ O
    Approaching roadway workers or their equipment on or near track, regardless of any whistle prohibitions. After this initial warning, two short whistle signals must be sounded intermittently u till the head end of train has passed the roadway workers or their equipment.
  20. When the buzzer is inoperative and cannot be repaired without causing delay the train may proceed after the engineer and conductor determine the alternate means of communications. In order of preference the following alternate means may be used:
    1) intercom

    2) PA system

    3) radio

    4) hand signals.
  21. What must be tested and in good working order prior to departing the initial terminal?
    Engine horn.
  22. A train or track car finding a fusee burning on or near the right of way must stop. After stopping, the train or track car will notify the ___ and must proceed for a distance of one mile at _______ _____.
    RTC, restricted speed.
  23. Any object waved violently by any person on or near the tracks will be considered a______ ______.
    Stop signal.
  24. Trains and track cars must not be operated from their origination point without a minimum of ___ _____ ____ and __ ______.
    One red flag and 6 fusees.
  25. Movements directed by hand signals must stop immediately if:
    1) there is any doubt concerning the meaning of the signal

    2) there is doubt for whom the signal is intended

    3) the signal disappears from view.
  26. Between sunrise and sunset, when visibility permits, hand signals?
    May be given with or without a flag.
  27. When visibility is limited, and at all times between sunset and sunrise hand signals will be given by?
    White light.

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