Stránka:roll 1917.djvu/194

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162 Woodcraft Manual for Boys Swung vertically in a big circle at arms’ length across the track, when train is running . . . . . . . . Train broken in two. Swung horizontally above head, when train is standing . Put on air-brakes. Held at arms’ length above the head, when train is standing . . . . Release air-brakes. Other Hand Signals, modifications of the above: Hand (or hands) held out horizontally and waved up and down . . . . Goahead. Hand (or hands) suddenly drawn flat and horizontal . Stop. Sometimes hands raised and held palms forward . . . All right. Arm thrust forward and swept back opposite shoulders, as in beckoning . Come back. Signals by Engine Whistle: (o a short toot. -—- a long one) o = Stop; put on brakes. —- — = Take 03 brakes; get ready to start. — 000 = Flagman go out to protect rear of train. — -— — —— = Flagman returned from west or south. — — -— — —- = Flagman returned‘frorn. east or north. — —— — = (When returning) Train broken in two. To be repeated till answered by the same from the trainman, i. e., No. 4 in hand, flag, and lamp signals. Sim- ilarly, this is the answer to No. 4 of hand, flag, and lamp signals. 00 = (All right) the answer to any signal not otherwise provided for. 000 = (When the train is standing) back up; also is reply to signals to “back up.” 0000 = Call for signals. — oo = Calls attention of other trains to signals. 00 = The acknowledgment by other trains. —- — oo = Approaching grade-crossings, and at whistleposts. -— —- = Approaching stations. 0 — = (When double-heading) Air-brakes have failed on leading engine, and second 1 ‘1‘ a .4 .e X... ._ A ,y__ILA A. .m“)