The Signalling Record Society
Four signal boxes that survived in 2018 out of a much larger number that served this area in its heyday are visited in the first video.
A second video. lower down the page, records the last day of operation at Hebden Bridge signal box filmed by The Friends of Hebden Bridge Station Signal Box Preservation Group.
The geographic locations of the signal boxes can be seen on a current OS Map: Mill Lane Junction, Halifax, Milner Royd Junction, Hebden Bridge. The map will place each location at the centre of the map panel, roll the mouse over the icon(s) to reveal what they represent. Increase the scale using the scale selector on the left to separate closely positioned icons.
These videos are intended for viewing at a maximum screen resolution of 1920 pixels wide by 1080 pixels high. Please be aware that viewing at a larger size may result in a loss of clarity and a 'grainy' appearance.
Copyright © of the FARSAP videos belongs to the Friends of the National Railway Museum.
The material may be freely used except for sale or advertising purposes.
|Filmed by:||Richard Pulleyn (video 1) and
Diana Monahan (video 2),
Friends of Hebden Bridge Station
|Filmed on:||19 May 2015 (video 1) and
19 October 2019 (video 2)
|Craig Shaw Photography|
|Local Operations Managers:||Phil Stone & Derek King|
|Mobile Operations Manager:||Connor Breen|
|Signallers:||Barry Drake (Mill Lane)
Alex Robinson (Halifax)
Alan Tranter (Milner Royd Junction)
Paul Kenny (Hebden Bridge)
Hebden Bridge Brass Band
|Video Editor:||Derek Young|
Can you help?
The project would love to hear from you, especially if you worked or still work in a signal box, and you are willing to provide reminiscences and / or pictures. Please contact the webmaster in the first instance.