Droylsden signal box, 1929
Title: Droylsden signal box, 1929
Place: Droylsden, Greater Manchester, England
Description: Signal box at Droylsden station on the London, Midland & Scottish Railway, 4 November 1929. Signal boxes were usually on two floors. The cabin occupied by the signalman was upstairs, and it had large windows all around to give as good a view of the track as possible.
Our reference: 1997-7059_HOR_F_4992
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