Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Signalling School Model Railway Layout

Made:
1912 in Horwich
maker:
Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway

Bracket or junction signal, used to indicate the splitting of the running line into divergant routes. The bracket mirrors the divergence of the tracks to left or right, to train drivers. This example holds Box A starting signal, Box B inner circle and outer circle distant signals. Located on model railway layout, gauge 1, Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Signalling School, built 1912, by L&YR and Bassett-Lowke Ltd, with associated equipment.

Details

Category:
Railway Models
Object Number:
1995-7856/23
type:
bracket signal
status:
Permanent collection

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