Vehicle signal

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A vehicle signal is one of a vehicle of the train , z. B. on a car or locomotive , attached signal.


The signals identify shunting locomotives and vehicles whose occupation requires special precautionary measures.

The following two vehicle signals exist in the area of Deutsche Bahn :

  • Signal Fz 1 - Shunting Locomotive Signal Identification of a locomotive in shunting service. In front and behind a white light at the level of the buffers. Identifies a working vehicle that moves as a maneuvering drive.
  • Signal Fz 2 - Yellow flag Marking of wagons that are occupied by people during a storage period : This signal, two yellow flags attached to a parked wagon, warns the staff of a shunting department against moving this wagon because it is manned by people. The same signal is also used to signal a car that is e.g. B. is connected to a power cable or a water hose to protect against accidental movement. At night, the daytime signal is used, and the interior of the car must be clearly visible from the outside.

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