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Côd y Gloch
|102||Train running away on single line||xxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx
||WOLO|| Speed Restriction due to heat|
which may buckle rails, or
|301||Up (to Blaneau Festiniog)||Up||i fyny||W|
|302||Down (to Portmadoc)||Down||i lawr||Q|
|990||Give matter special attention||WAXY||E3|
advise all concerned
Asking for trouble?
Are there safeworking-like words in English that sound like words in Welsh that have opposite or contradictory meanings, and vice versa?
Most words for "No" seem to start with "N": No, Negative, Non (French), Nein (German), Nyet (Russian).
An exception is Greek where "Nee" means "Yes".
Prohibition against Welsh
LNWR reported to have instituted dismissal of employees who cannot speak English, such as Welsh-only speakers.  LNWR has several main lines and branches in Wales.
- Railway block code
- N.S. Wales Telegraphic code
- Google Translate - may jumble words if attempt is made to translate more than one word at a time.