Public Tiplocs

Source: BPlan (six-monthly), TPS Schematic and Schedules (nightly). Network Rail (data) and Liam Crozier (mapping).

License: Creative Commons Licence This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

As new tiplocs are detected during an import of BPlan, TPS Schematic or the schedules feed, a notification is sent for the data to be mapped on individual tracks on a geospatial network. This includes ferry and bus terminals that come through the sources. Attributes such as CRS, Stanox and others are extracted from each data source and then combined.

Each tiploc can be mapped several times for each track that is required. The public list takes an average center of each group of tiplocs to create latitude and longitude co-ordinates.


Name Date Size


TODO: Object Schema


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Geospatial

Source: Freedom of Information Request. Network Rail and Ordnance Survey.

License: 24% of track center data belongs to Ordnance Survey Imagery. A license is required to use this commercially.

This will be a geospatial version of the rail network.


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Name Date Size

TPS Schematic Network

Source: Open Data Feeds (nightly). Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

Each night a new version of the TPS schematic as and when they appear through the open data feeds.


Name Date Size

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Download Pack

Source: Open Data Feeds. Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

This will be a larger file containing all the CIF files to date. This will reduce the amount of manual downloads required.


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Weekly CIF Files

Source: Open Data Feeds (Friday's). Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

Every Friday the feeds produce a refresh of the planned schedules. Useful for importing from scratch.


Name Date Size

Nightly CIF Updates

Source: Open Data Feeds (Nightly). Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

Every night the feeds produce an incremental update for the planned schedules.


Name Date Size

Very Short-Term Planning Schedules

Source: Open Data Feeds (Real-Time). Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

Contains vert short term schedules that are new or modified schedules for the near future.


Name Date Size

10 Year CIF Archive

Source: Freedom of Information Requests (On request). Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

Planned schedules since 2011 to 2018.


Name Date Size

Download Pack

Source: Open Data Feeds. Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

This will be a larger file containing all the movement files to date. This will reduce the amount of manual downloads required.


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Movements

Source: Open Data Feeds (Real-Time). Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

TODO.


Name Date Size

Real-Time Public Performance Measure (RTPPM)

Source: Open Data Feeds (Real-Time). Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

TODO.


Name Date Size

Train Describers

Source: Open Data Feeds (Real-Time). Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

TODO.


Name Date Size

Temporary Speed Restrictions

Source: Open Data Feeds (Friday's). Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

TODO.


Name Date Size

Gradients Adjacent Tiploc Pairs

Source: TRATIM (Gradients). Network Rail and Liam Crozier.

License: Creative Commons Licence This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

This will be a downloadable adjacent tiploc pairs and the detailed gradient, curvature, electrification, speed and tunnels in between.

The TRATIM gradient data has been mapped very accurately on the geospatial network covering Great Britain. The data was also cross-referenced using various data sources such as the 5-mile diagrams, various other TRATIM files and signalling diagrams.


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Gradients CSV

Source: Freedom of Information Request. Network Rail and Liam Crozier.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

This CSV file contains lines showing where gradients change along the network using lat/longs of where they start and end.


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Gradients Processed

Source: Freedom of Information Request (April 2021). Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

This takes the above csv file and overlays it onto a KML version of the network. As part of that process, a detailed json file is created containing lat/long locations of gradient changes.


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Line Speed

Source: Freedom of Information Request (April 2021). Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

Network Rail periodically creates a CSV file containing ELR, track ids and locations of speed changes.


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Line Speed Processed

Source: Freedom of Information Request (April 2021). Network Rail.

License: This work is licensed under a Open Government License.

This takes the above csv file and overlays it onto a KML version of the network. As part of that process, a detailed json file is created containing lat/long locations of speed changes.


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