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SG004 Signalling drawings by the late Charles King, Part 2

  • SG004 Signalling drawings by the late Charles King, Part 2

Charles King started as a signal box lad on the GER in 1917, and worked in the London area throughout his career. He had a detailed memory for complex track layouts, signalling arrangements and stations - and had the drawing skills to reproduce them clearly. These scans are taken directly from his manuscript pages. This part includes more on the Stratford area, plus Poplar and Seven Sisters. There is also a track diagram from Bethnal Green to Hackney Downs and Devonshire Street 1949-1960.

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