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Signalling Collection

Signalling

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Background imageSignalling Collection: Signal lamp man servicing signal lanterns, c1930s

Signal lamp man servicing signal lanterns, c1930s

Background imageSignalling Collection: Reading Signal Works, September 1936

Reading Signal Works, September 1936
Construction of a locking frame

Background imageSignalling Collection: Signalman in operating signal levers during wartime, c. 1940

Signalman in operating signal levers during wartime, c. 1940
A signalman in his gas mask continues normal duties at this unknown signalbox. But what is interesting about this photograph is the strange looking metal cabinet with its door ajar stood in

Background imageSignalling Collection: Reading Signal Works, Clock Shop, 1969

Reading Signal Works, Clock Shop, 1969
The GWR owned and operated thousands of clocks and watches. These were maintained at the GWR Reading Signal Works

Background imageSignalling Collection: Signal Lamps Catalogue

Signal Lamps Catalogue
This image was taken from the front cover of a Signal Lamps catalogue and shows the silhouettes of a train, signal gantry and a lamp

Background imageSignalling Collection: Bomb damage to Bowden Hall locomotive at Keyham Station, 1941

Bomb damage to Bowden Hall locomotive at Keyham Station, 1941
This image was taken on 30th April 1941, the morning after an air raid at Keyham Station, Plymouth. It shows extensive damage to Hall Class locomotive, Bowden Hall

Background imageSignalling Collection: Signal box at Reading Main Line West, c. 1936

Signal box at Reading Main Line West, c. 1936
An internal view of the signal box at Reading Main Line West. A signalman can be seen making a call on one of the signal telephones

Background imageSignalling Collection: Taunton Station, Somerset, c. 1950s

Taunton Station, Somerset, c. 1950s
A view of the gantry signals at Taunton station in Somerset, c.1950s. The image also shows a number of railway buildings and rolling stock in the sidings in the background

Background imageSignalling Collection: Signal gantry at Newton Abbot Station, Devon, c. 1920

Signal gantry at Newton Abbot Station, Devon, c. 1920
A view of signal gantry at Newton Abbot Station, Devon, c.1920. The station opened with the name Newton in December 1846 by the South Devon Railway Company

Background imageSignalling Collection: St Agnes Station, Cornwall, c. 1960

St Agnes Station, Cornwall, c. 1960
A view of St Agnes station, Cornwall, c.1960, showing the signal box and shed. St Agnes station opened July 1903 on the Truro and Newquay Railway, and closed in 1963

Background imageSignalling Collection: Broad Gauge crossbar signal, c1870s

Broad Gauge crossbar signal, c1870s
Showing the " danger" signal

Background imageSignalling Collection: Broad Gauge Disc Bar Signal, c1870s

Broad Gauge Disc Bar Signal, c1870s
Showing the " All Right" signal

Background imageSignalling Collection: Clock Shop, Reading Signal Works, 1969

Clock Shop, Reading Signal Works, 1969
The GWR owned and operated thousands of clocks and watches. These were maintained at the GWR Reading Signal Works


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