Ok, so I have yet another question about signals I hope someone can answer. How is the interface between route and speed signal territory handled? A great example of this is Stevenson, AL where the ex-Southern NS joins CSX heading to Chattanooga. The NS line which joins CSX and runs on trackage rights to Chattanooga, has a single 1 over 3 signal guarding the interlocking. Under route signaling, the best aspect would be diverging clear, under speed signaling the best aspect (at this location - medium speed switch) would be medium clear. How is this situation handled here and elsewhere? Would that signal be a speed-signal with the distant to that also being a speed-signal (so trains would get approach medium, then medium clear/approach)? Or would that still display the NS's route-signal aspect with a timetable instruction giving the speed over the switch(es) (so trains would get approach diverging then diverging clear/approach)?