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SG031 Hours of Opening of Signal Boxes 1953

  • SG031 Hours of Opening of Signal Boxes 1953

NEW AUG 2012. Hours of opening of signal boxes, Liverpool Street suburban district (plus some boxes outside that area), commencing 8 June 1953. It records disances between boxes and the capacities of loops and refuge sidings. Coverage extends out as far as Chelmsford and Bishops Stortford. Also included are Fenchurch Street, various docks lines, Tilbury and the two routes to Southend. Further afield New Cross to Hither Green sidings, St Pancras to Tottenham North, Highgate Road to Willesden, Uxbridge Road to Battersea, Battersea to Hither Green and Norwood, and even Balham to Selhurst appear.

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