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Signal Fact 42

The London & South Western Railway resignalled their four track main line between Woking and Basingstoke in 1904.

The installation used semaphore signals mounted on gantries spaced equidistant from one another so far as possible.

The system remain in use until superseded by four aspect colour light signals in 1967.

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James Street Junction (Burton on Trent) (MR) Midland Railway Journal 2010 Summer.
Midland Railway Journal 2009 Autumn.
Janesville (Winconsin) RSHS Bulletin Volume 40 Issue 5.
Jedburgh NB062 Backtrack 2002 October.
Jervaulx NE237 Backtrack 2013 April.
Jumble Lane Rail 2008 August 13.
Junction Road (NBR) North British 100.

 




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