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A Level crossing with gate or barrier

Some crossings have gates but no attendant or signals. You should, stop, look both ways, listen and make sure that there is no train approaching. If there is a telephone, contact the signal operator to make sure that it’s safe to cross.

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Crossing a railroad track can be dangerous if done without proper caution and preparation. Some crossings have gates but no attendant or signals, making it even more important for pedestrians to take the necessary precautions before attempting to cross. The first step is always to stop, look both ways and listen carefully for any approaching trains before crossing. This should also be done at crossings with an attendant or signal present as they are not infallible indicators of safety either.

If there is a telephone near the crossing then it’s wise to contact the signal operator directly in order make sure that it’s safe to proceed across safely – this will help avoid any potential accidents due to miscommunication between different parts of the railway system such as malfunctioning signals or incorrect information given by attendants about when it's safe for people on foot to cross over tracks. It may seem like an extra step but taking time out of your journey in order to double check with someone who knows what's happening on all aspects of rail network can save lives and prevent serious injury too - so never hesitate to use them if you're ever unsure!

In conclusion, while some railway crossings don't have attendants or signals present, following basic safety steps such as stopping, looking, listening attentively still applies regardless; additionally, contacting signal operators via phone where available could provide further assurance that everything is running smoothly along those sections rails lines, which could potentially help reduce risk associated with walking over train tracks altogether.


Shushanna Buachie

1 year ago

Great to use. It Allows you time to think about your answer and also help you look over the ones you got wrong

Paul Arthur

1 year ago

Nice app and free mode was enough to pass first time! Developing hazard test would be a plus

Ruslan Khasanbaev

1 year ago

Great app, just did 59/60 with first try on my theory exam. Exactly what you need to prepare! Would be great to have hazard perception training too.

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