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Andy Docherty, a signaller at the Yoker Signalling Centre in Glasgow, where GSM-R is being trialled, says: "The system is fantastic.
Signaller Bland, a bachelor with no children, was a passionate footballer and fan, supporting Leeds, where he lived and had grown up.
He added that Signaller Sartorius-Jones, who had competed in the junior world tae-kwon do championships as a youngster, had always wanted to be in the Army and had signed up as soon as he was old enough.
Miss Sanders paid her own tribute to Signaller Bland and expressed her sympathy to his parents.
The Rail Maritime and Transport union said a 24-hour walkout by 50 signallers in the Lincoln area will go ahead tomorrow, while hundreds more workers along the East Coast Main Line will now vote on whether to take industrial action.
With the attacking troops one signaller carried the instrument and the other man with him the cells in a bag on his back.
The farmer had appointed a contractor to carry out the harvesting operation, and an attendant had been provided at the crossing to phone the signaller and operate the gates.
It's fantastic to be part of the Olympics and to be offered a seat is a bonus," said Signaller Dave Lea, 34, who is based in Herford, Germany.
Soldiers and officers lined the streets to salute the coffin of Signaller Ian Sartorius-Jones, 21, as it was driven through the streets as part of a familiar repatriation ceremony.
Signaller Sartorius-Jones, a married dad-of-one from Runcorn, died at a Nato patrol base in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand Province last Tuesday.
Robin Gisby, Network Rail's director of operations and customer services, said the row was about rosters and claimed the average signaller earned pounds 48,113.
Signaller Wayne Bland, from the 16 Signal Regiment, died on August 11.