#1075: Sleeperleaper

Train timetables are predicated on the need to ensure that train A completes its journey to station X before train B can.

One way to allow express trains and slow trains to travel simultaneously is to provide them with mobile track sections on their roofs (as shown).


This allows a faster train to overtake a slower one -providing extra flexibility and utilisation of a railway network.

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