A running in board is a large sign showing the name of the railway station on which it is found. The signs are intended to help passengers discover their location when on a train entering the station, possibly while still moving at speed. In normal circumstances a two platform through station has one running in board on each platform situated near that end of the platform which trains serving the platform run in to - hence 'running in board'.

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  • Un panneau de gare est un grand panneau indiquant le nom de la gare ferroviaire sur laquelle il se trouve. Ces panneaux permettent aux passagers de découvrir leur position lorsque le train entre en gare, même s'il est en mouvement. Généralement, une gare disposant de deux quais dispose d'un panneau sur chacun des quais à proximité de son extrémité (par rapport à la marche normale des trains). Au cours de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, au Royaume-Uni, ces panneaux ont été supprimés ou cachés pour éviter aux espions ennemis ou aux parachutistes de découvrir facilement leur position. (fr)
  • 駅名標(えきめいひょう)とは、鉄道駅において、当該駅名を記した識別系案内標識である。「駅名板」とも呼ばれる。 (ja)
  • A running in board is a large sign showing the name of the railway station on which it is found. The signs are intended to help passengers discover their location when on a train entering the station, possibly while still moving at speed. In normal circumstances a two platform through station has one running in board on each platform situated near that end of the platform which trains serving the platform run in to - hence 'running in board'. During the Second World War, running in boards in the United Kingdom were removed or obscured to prevent enemy spies or paratroopers from easily discovering their location. (en)
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  • Un panneau de gare est un grand panneau indiquant le nom de la gare ferroviaire sur laquelle il se trouve. Ces panneaux permettent aux passagers de découvrir leur position lorsque le train entre en gare, même s'il est en mouvement. Généralement, une gare disposant de deux quais dispose d'un panneau sur chacun des quais à proximité de son extrémité (par rapport à la marche normale des trains). Au cours de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, au Royaume-Uni, ces panneaux ont été supprimés ou cachés pour éviter aux espions ennemis ou aux parachutistes de découvrir facilement leur position. (fr)
  • 駅名標(えきめいひょう)とは、鉄道駅において、当該駅名を記した識別系案内標識である。「駅名板」とも呼ばれる。 (ja)
  • A running in board is a large sign showing the name of the railway station on which it is found. The signs are intended to help passengers discover their location when on a train entering the station, possibly while still moving at speed. In normal circumstances a two platform through station has one running in board on each platform situated near that end of the platform which trains serving the platform run in to - hence 'running in board'. (en)
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  • Running in board (en)
  • Panneau de gare (fr)
  • 駅名標 (ja)
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