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BS EN 13232‑6:2023

BS EN 13232‑6:2023

BSI Standards Publication

Railway applications — Track — Switches

and crossings for Vignole rails

Part 6: Fixed common and obtuse crossings

National foreword

This British Standard is the UK implementation of EN 13232‑6:2023. It

supersedes BS EN 13232‑6:2005+A1:2011, which is withdrawn.

The UK participation in its preparation was entrusted to Technical

Committee RAE/2/‑/9, Railway applications ‑ Switches & Crossings ‑

Performance & Acceptance.

A list of organizations represented on this committee can be obtained on

request to its committee manager.

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respect to its use of this publication.

This publication is not intended to constitute a contract. Users are

responsible for its correct application.

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European Free Trade Association. It is intended to support requirements

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© The British Standards Institution 2023

Published by BSI Standards Limited 2023

ISBN 978 0 539 02821 8

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