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Signal Fact 64

The last 'great panel scheme' using NX (entrance-exit) and relay technology was Waterloo.

Located at Wimbledon, it was commissioned in 1989.

Cork, Bandon & South Coast Railway

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In the list below the information is set out in tabular form, spread over four columns. The column entries are -

RailRef The Line Code used in RailRef system.
Line Detail The principal locations included within the Line Code. They are arranged in 'down' direction order. Locations shown are primarily stations and junctions to allow easy cross check against published atlases. Signal box names appear in italics where these are 'intermediate' to stations or have been shown to facilitate links from other pages on this web site. The inclusion of a station or junction name does not imply that there was always a signal box of that same name!
SBR The section reference used in the relevant Signal Box Register published by the Society.
ELR The corresponding Engineer's Line Reference(s). This will be blank for railways that never came within British Railways terms of reference. It will also be blank where British Railways had no surviving responsibility for infrastructure at the time the ELR system came into use.

RailRef Line Detail SBR ELR
ZS001 Cork Albert Quay to Baltimore
0m00c Cork Albert Quay
0m14c junction from Glanmire Road GX131
0m16c junction from Victoria Quay ZS002
  Ballyphehane Junction (1) ZM001 ZM002
  Waterfall
  Ballinhassig
  Kinsale Junction station (2)
  Kinsale Junction ZS010
  Upton (3)
  Innishannon (4)
  West Cork Junction ZS020
  Bandon (1st)
  Bandon (2nd)
  Bandon WCR
  Bandon West
  Castle Bernard
  Clonakilty Junction station (5)
  Clonakilty Junction ZS030
  Desert
  Enniskeane
  Ballineen & Enniskeane
  Ballineen
  Manch Platform
  Dunmanway (1st)
  Dunmanway (2nd)
  Drimoleague (2nd)
  Drimoleague (1st)
  Drimoleague Junction ZS040
  Madore
  Skibbereen
  Creagh
  Baltimore
  Baltimore Pier
(1) later Macroom Junction
(2) originally Junction, subsequently Crossbarry
(3) originally Brinny, then Upton & Brinny, later Upton & Innishannon Road
(4) aka Curranure & Innishannon Road
(5) originally Gaggin
   
ZS002 Victoria Quay Branch
0m45c Victoria Quay
0m00c Victoria Quay Junction ZS001
   
ZS003 Macroom Junction / Ballyphephane Junction (1866-1879)
Macroom Junction
Ballyphehane Junction ZM001
   
ZS004 Macroom Junction / Ballyphephane Junction (1918-1921)
Macroom Junction
Ballyphehane Junction ZM001
   
ZS005 Macroom Junction / Ballyphephane Junction (1925-1953)
Macroom Junction
Ballyphehane Junction ZM001
   
ZS010 Kinsale Junction to Kinsale
datum Kinsale Junction (Crossbarry)
Kinsale Junction ZS001
Ballymartle
Farrangalway
Kinsale
   
ZS021 West Cork Junction to Allman's Distillery
   
ZS022 West Cork Junction to Beamish & Crawford Bottling Works
   
ZS023 West Cork Junction to Bandon C&BR
   
ZS024 Bandon Goods Branch
   
ZS030 Clonakilty Junction to Clonakilty
datum Cork Albert Quay
Clonakilty Junction ZS001
Ballinascarthy
Ballinascarthy JunctionTC001
Clonakilty
   
ZS031 Shannonvale Tramway
   
ZS040 Drimoleague to Bantry Old Station
datum Cork Albert Quay
Drimoleague Junction ZS001
Aughaville
Durrus Road
Bantry Junction ZS041
Bantry (1st)
   
ZS041 Bantry Junction to Bantry Pier
datum Cork Albert Quay
Bantry Junction ZS001
Bantry Town
Bantry Pier
   

 




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