|The simple station layout below depicts the positions of
the respective signals in a typical yard.
first signal a train will see when arriving from left is the one before
last ABS signal. It will inform the track condition ahead. It may show
'caution' if a train is awaiting to enter or just entering the station
yard. The second will the last ABS which is also the outer home
signal. It will hint about the platform the train will be stopping
or passing through (if it is an express train). The third will be the
inner home (high controlled) signal. This will allow the train to enter
the station yard or pass through the station if it is an non-stopping
station for that particular train. If the train stops at the station, when
ready the starter (dwarf controlled) signal is given to proceed.