Signalling Record Society
Welcome - Come on in
Welcome indeed, to the web site of the Signalling Record Society.
The Society maintains and shares knowledge of Railway Signalling and Operation in the British Isles and Overseas. Everything from the present day signalling to the earliest times.
We possess much archive material and have expertise which can assist members in their study and research on these topics. We publish books, photographs and drawings which may be purchased. Modern material is being added to the digital archive regularly and members are able to download some of the digital material free of charge.
Please take the opportunity to explore the site. Navigation links are provided in the bar to your left and more links are conveniently scattered about the pages.
|*** Latest News ***|
Society Archive UPDATE 1
Bluebell Railway Visit - updated
Great Cockrow Railway Visit
More Swift areas available.
Pryer Volumes 22, 24, 25, 26 available.
Research Note 37 Supplement Announced.
For any questions about this web site please ask, by email to the webmaster. That will help us to see what else should be on this site or otherwise improve the browsing experience for you.
Other questions about the Society and its activities should be addressed to the appropriate person listed on the Contacts page.
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Several navigation options feature two or more levels of sub-menus which come into view to provide a short cut to some pages when the mouse hovers over the main item. However, touch screen systems do not recognise mouse events and, on such devices you should select the principal navigation button and then select from the additional menus that appear or use the navigation controls within the pages to move further around the site. A Site Map page with links to every page on the site is available if you have difficulty in using the links and/or sub-menus on a touch screen device or other devices with small screens or on an older browser.
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The whole of this web site and its content is protected by the Copyright Act, 1988. Railway industry documents are placed on this web site with the permission of the copyright holder; and the same position applies to some of the pictures and some other documents. If you are in any doubt as to who holds the copyright of a specific item please ask the webmaster.
Material downloaded or copied from this web site is subject to the following restrictions:
- it is for personal use only
- short extracts may be used with the source properly acknowledged in a review in a magazine or on another web site
- copyright notices are retained in full and not modified in any way
- copyright information and source is retained with any material downloaded
- material is not published or displayed in in any printed document, broadcast or digital media, on other web sites including other society journals and web sites
- it may not be used for commercial purposes