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A few weeks ago, progress have been made to perform ATC signal upgrades, such that Line 1 trains on North York will only serve stations between Finch and Eglinton. I noticed that the rarely-used signal north of Eglinton on the southbound track [which always displays either a double-red or double-yellow, so southbound trains will reverse into the center tail track] has been replaced with an ATC-style signal. More surprisingly, I noticed that the northbound home signal, N338 X54 now had its lower lights all covered up; meaning that the signal no longer have a lower head representing which d
I noticed that the south signal of the northbound Eglinton platform is unusually large. It is also rarely used nowadays [It might have been commonly used when Eglinton was a terminus], as the most recent usages involve reversing northbound trains back south. I am wondering why this signal is so huge? The southbound signal on the other side that leads out in the open is of normal size? Is it maybe because outdoor signals are larger so they are more visible?