[LEAPSECS] No leapseconds on trains
Paul J. Ste. Marie
paul_j at ste-marie.org
Fri Nov 18 11:35:12 EST 2011
> Hmm. In the UK the working timetable (not the public one) is written to a
> precision of half a minute.
This wasn't the timetable. Its main purpose, as I understood it, was to provide a record of where trains were, or where the dispatchers thought they were, in the event of an accident. The logged locations weren't stops on the lines.
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