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With the aid of a magnifying glass, it is PGM!  As far as running in conventional, the switch would never need to be set to PGM?  Thanks to all for your comments...

Pretty sure in conventional mode, the switch serves as a direction lock function.

Useful if you wanted to set up some sort of control to stop and restart conventional engines without having them change direction with loss of power.  (automated stopping and re-starting at a bascule or lift bridge  so the train doesn't drive off into the abyss when bridge is raised, etc)

So if you are not interested in doing that, then no, there is no reason to take it out of "run" in conventional mode.

-Dave

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