bumper block

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  • The eastern track is long enough for one full-length train and ends at a bumper block.
  • On the lower level, they continue one train length and end at bumper blocks.
  • On the lower level, they continue one train length and end with at bumper blocks.
  • The tracks end at bumper blocks just past the west end of the platform.
  • The tracks end at bumper blocks just beyond the west end of the platform.
  • Only the West End line tracks end at bumper blocks at their south end.
  • South of this station, a fourth track to the west of the line begins at a bumper block.
  • All five tracks end at bumper blocks at their south ends.
  • The two tracks end at bumper blocks at the south end of the platform.
  • The local tracks end at bumper blocks at the south end of the platform.
  • The two tracks extend one train length past the station, and end at bumper blocks.
  • Each track can hold one full-length train between the bumper blocks and the crossovers.
  • The tracks end at bumper blocks at the north end of the platform.
  • The tracks end at bumper blocks at the south end of the platform.
  • The tracks end at bumper blocks at the west end of the platform.
  • The station's entrance is beyond the bumper blocks at the south end of the platform.
  • All tracks end at bumper blocks at their northern ends.
  • It ends at a bumper block at its north end.
  • The center track dead ends at bumper blocks on both sides of the station and has connections to both local tracks.
  • The River LINE platform consists of one low-level island platform and two tracks that end in bumper blocks.