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Signal Box Gallery

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Choose from 38 pictures in our Signal Box collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Nailsea and Backwell Station, Somerset, c.1900
Nailsea and Backwell Station, Somerset, c.1900
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Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, August 1959
Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, August 1959
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Didcot Station and Signal Box, Oxfordshire, c.1910
Didcot Station and Signal Box, Oxfordshire, c.1910
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Didcot, Oxfordshire, 11th May 1896
Didcot, Oxfordshire, 11th May 1896
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Overall view of Newton Abbot Station, Devon, c.1920s
Overall view of Newton Abbot Station, Devon, c.1920s
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Chalford Station, Gloucestershire, 1964
Chalford Station, Gloucestershire, 1964
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Hallatrow Station and Signalbox, Somerset, c.1940s
Hallatrow Station and Signalbox, Somerset, c.1940s
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Blue Anchor Station, Somerset, c.1960
Blue Anchor Station, Somerset, c.1960
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Bala Junction, Gwynedd, Wales, c.1950s
Bala Junction, Gwynedd, Wales, c.1950s
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Leominster Station, Herefordshire, 27th June 1950
Leominster Station, Herefordshire, 27th June 1950
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St Agnes Station, Cornwall, c.1960
St Agnes Station, Cornwall, c.1960
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St Annes Park Station
St Annes Park Station
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Overall view of Newton Abbot Station, Devon, c.1920s Featured Print

Overall view of Newton Abbot Station, Devon, c.1920s

An overall view of Newton Abbot Station, Devon, c.1920s.
The station opened with the name Newton in December 1846 by the South Devon Railway Company. By the time the name was changed to Newton Abbot in 1877 the station had a large goods shed, train sheds and busy workshops which helped with converting the stock and line to standard gauge.
Newton Abbot station underwent an extension and rebuild between the wars, opening in April 1927 with a Culverhouse designed station building

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St Agnes Station, Cornwall, July 1952
St Agnes Station, Cornwall, July 1952
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Horrabridge Station, Devon, August 1954
Horrabridge Station, Devon, August 1954
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Bomb damage to Bowden Hall locomotive at Keyham Station, 1941
Bomb damage to Bowden Hall locomotive at Keyham Station, 1941
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Minsterley Station, Shropshire
Minsterley Station, Shropshire
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Whitchurch Station, Shropshire
Whitchurch Station, Shropshire
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Felin Fach Station and Signal Box, Wales
Felin Fach Station and Signal Box, Wales
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View to Wootton Bassett Junction and signalbox , 1921
View to Wootton Bassett Junction and signalbox , 1921
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Signalman in operating signal levers during wartime, c.1940
Signalman in operating signal levers during wartime, c.1940
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Brimscombe Station, Gloucestershire, c.1920
Brimscombe Station, Gloucestershire, c.1920
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Bont Newydd Station, c.1960
Bont Newydd Station, c.1960
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Bloxham Station, Oxfordshire, c.1905
Bloxham Station, Oxfordshire, c.1905
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Bath Spa Station and Signal Box, c.1930s
Bath Spa Station and Signal Box, c.1930s
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Signalman in operating signal levers during wartime, c.1940 Featured Print

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 the corner of the signalbox. This cabinet is actually a small air raid shelter for the signalman to retreat to. The shelters were nicknamed coffins as there was just enough space to fit one person. The large number of windows in a signalbox made them dangerous places to be in an air raid, so the coffins were installed to provide shelter from shattering glass and debris. The coffins were made of boiler-plate and were manufactured in the L2 (Tank) Shop at Swindon Works

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Signal box at Reading Main Line West, c.1936
Signal box at Reading Main Line West, c.1936
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Blue Anchor Station and Signal Box, Somerset
Blue Anchor Station and Signal Box, Somerset
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Athelney Station and Signal Box, Somerset, c.1960
Athelney Station and Signal Box, Somerset, c.1960
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Castle Cary Station, Somerset
Castle Cary Station, Somerset
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St Germans Station and Signal Box, Cornwall, c.1960
St Germans Station and Signal Box, Cornwall, c.1960
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Hayle Station and Signal Box, c1950s
Hayle Station and Signal Box, c1950s
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Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, May 1957
Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, May 1957
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Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, April 1959
Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, April 1959
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Cirencester Town Goods Shed and Signal Box, c.1930s
Cirencester Town Goods Shed and Signal Box, c.1930s
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Blue Anchor Station, Somerset, c.1970s
Blue Anchor Station, Somerset, c.1970s
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No 3341 Blasius
No 3341 Blasius
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Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, c.1950s
Uffington Station, Oxfordshire, c.1950s
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Blue Anchor Station, Somerset, c.1970s Featured Print

Blue Anchor Station, Somerset, c.1970s

A view of Blue Anchor Station in Somerset, c.1970s, showing the Blue Anchor Signal Box in the distance and the level crossing next to it which controlled the road traffic to the seafront.
The station opened in July 1874 and closed to passengers in January 1971. In 1976 Blue Anchor station became part of the West Somerset Railway, a preserved line

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Athelney Station, Somerset, c.1960
Athelney Station, Somerset, c.1960
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Maiden Newton Station, Dorset, c.1950s
Maiden Newton Station, Dorset, c.1950s
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