Signalling Notices

The railway companies have, and still do, issue notices of changes to signalling arrangements. They are produced primarily to inform drivers, guards and signalling staff of those changes and generally only record changes visible to those groups of staff. Because of that, less visible changes or those not visible outside the confines of the signal box or signalling centre rarely if ever appear.

Over the years practices have varied between issuing bespoke notices, incorporating the information in a wider ranging publication, or a combination of both.


Signalling Alterations & Notices of the Southern Railway and Southern Region 1923 - 1968

Signalling Alterations & Notices of the Southern Railway and Southern Region 1923 - 1968

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Signalling Alterations of British Railways, Southern Region 1949 - 1968

Signalling Alterations of British Railways, Southern Region 1949 - 1968

On this second disk of the set of three we pick up where the first one left off. Here you will find ..

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Signalling Alterations of British Railways, Southern Region 1969 - 1988

Signalling Alterations of British Railways, Southern Region 1969 - 1988

The third disk of the set of three picks up from where disk 2 left off and takes us from 1969 throug..

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Signalling Notices of the Southern Railway and Southern Region 1923 - 1959

Signalling Notices of the Southern Railway and Southern Region 1923 - 1959

This collection, the first of three, comprises virtually the complete run of Signal Instructions iss..

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