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Re: Automatic door protection

Postby luka23 » 02 Mar 2017, 17:08

In order to have platform doors the trains have to have the same distance between the doors, which is impossible with different types of train sets.
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Re: Automatic door protection

Postby Guille3604 » 02 Mar 2017, 17:17

Sjoerd wrote:
Guille3604 wrote:
Samuel wrote:Well, I'm someone who will never give it a chance! :D

Make it twee! :mrgreen:


Are you two afraid your driving skills are not good enough to stop at exactly the right position? :D


Nope, I ain't afraid of nothing, that is why I don't wanna have ATO on my lines! :lol:


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Ooooooooooooooooooh maaaaaaaaaaaaan, you just didn't say that... Next time I visit Amsterdam, you'll have me asking the whole time for a "hands on" on the controller! :lol:
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Re: Automatic door protection

Postby Michiel » 02 Mar 2017, 17:17

luka23 wrote:In order to have platform doors the trains have to have the same distance between the doors, which is impossible with different types of train sets.

Well technically you can make platform doors that support variable distance between doors by making both sides slide (so no fixed wall, both both 'door' and 'wall' can move in both directions). I don't think you will see that a lot in real life though, as most metro systems where they use platform doors have dedicated rolling stock for those lines, no need to make a more complex solution for a problem that only exists in theory.
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Re: Automatic door protection

Postby Guille3604 » 02 Mar 2017, 17:19

Michiel wrote:
Sjoerd wrote:my house is nearly a railway museum

I think the real question here is: do you have platform doors in your garage that only open when your car is parked there precisely on the right place?


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Re: Automatic door protection

Postby Samuel » 02 Mar 2017, 22:44

Sjoerd wrote:But just don't tell me you are sure you have better feel for trains and metro's; you have never met me, you do not know me as a person, you do not know my history.

I shouldn't have said that, I'm sorry about that :oops:
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