|Technical drawing numbers|
|S223/1||Record of amendments|
|S223/3||Mechanical locking table|
|S223/5||Electrical control table|
A new signal box was installed in March 1942, replacing the previous Oxford South box, the trackwork taking until September to complete. The dog char t and associated locking table, derived from the dog chart, show the frame, as at August 1942, named 'Oxford South'. By December 1946 the dog chart was named 'Hinksey North' and showed locking added for provision of a Down Goods Loop Home Signal (61), the Down Main Detonators being moved from that lever to lever 62, as can be seen in the locking table. The box diagram has been published in 'The Heart of the Great Western by Adrian Vaughan, OPC, page 150'.",
|‹‹UP Click below to move to adjacent box DOWN››|
|Oxford Goods Yard G.F.||—— This box ——||Oxford Station South|
The diagram below is a low-resolution version to indicate the content: a full-resolution 'pdf' file has been published on CD-ROM (GW Section A). For availability and ordering information, click on the image below.
This page last updated on 5th February 2010.