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The Translink team were on hand at Balmoral Show to explain the importance of rail safety at Level Crossings to visitors.

Advice given includes

You MUST always obey the flashing red stop lights.

Level Crossing Risk Coordinator Keith Pollock (left) explains the importance of rail safety to Stephen and Archie Boyle from Mullaghbawn, Newry, at the Balmoral Show.
Level Crossing Risk Coordinator Keith Pollock (left) explains the importance of rail safety to Stephen and Archie Boyle from Mullaghbawn, Newry, at the Balmoral Show.

You MUST stop behind the white line across the road.

Keep going if you have already crossed the white line when the amber light comes on.

Do not reverse onto or over a level crossing.

You MUST wait if a train goes by and the red lights continue to flash. This means another train will be passing soon.

Only cross when the red lights go out, and the barriers are fully raised.

Never zigzag around half-barriers; they lower automatically because a train is approaching.

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