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This collection combines the first and second disks of the series of three onto a single DVD.
There is a virtually complete run of the Signal Instructions issued by the Southern Railway and British Railways, Southern Region until issue was devolved to the Divisions in 1959. The format of the Signal Instruction was derived from that previously used by the London & South Western Railway.
In 1923 the three sections continued their pre-grouping practices and only the Central and Western information survives. From 1924 the series covers the entire Southern Railway. Initially nationalisation only changed the name in the heading but from March 1949 only major changes warranted a Signal Instruction with all other changes notified out in section C of the restyled weekly engineering notices.
You will also find all the surviving section C entries from the weekly engineering notices issued by the Southern Region of British Railways from March 1949 to December 1968. In that connection you should be aware that information for locations west of Exeter ceased to be published by the Southern Region once control passed to the Western Region from the start of 1963. Conversely Dorchester to Yeovil came the other way. A further change was the adoption of 24 hour clock notation in mid 1964.
The notices gathered together in year sets, division by division and are presented in PDF format and can be read by pretty well any computer, tablet or mobile phone.
A supplement has been added listing information that came to light after the disk was first issued.
Signalling Alterations & Notices of the Southern Railway and Southern Region 1923 - 1968
- Product Code: JL-RN-37-38-DVD
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