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Signalling Record Society

FARSAP logo Liverpool Lime Street

Liverpool Lime Street signal box contains the last Westinghouse “L” type miniature lever frame in use on Network Rail's London North Western Route.

The geographic location of the signal box can be seen on a current OS Map. The map will place this location at the centre of the map panel, roll the mouse over the lines and icon(s) to reveal what they represent. Increase the scale using the scale selector on the left to separate closely positioned icons.

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Video Credits

Filmed by: Richard Pulleyn
Filmed on: Tuesday 12 August 2014
Narrator: Richard Pulleyn
Signallers: Tony Prince and Nathan Dopreece
Mobile Operations Manager: Allan Lewis
Operations Manager, Sandhill: Paul Owen
Video Editor: George Duncan

Key Chronology

August 1836 Station and line from Edge Hill opened by Liverpool & Manchester Railway replacing the original terminus at Crown Street.
8 August 1845 Liverpool & Manchester Railway became part of the Grand Junction Railway.
16 July 1846 Grand Junction Railway became part of the newly formed London & North Western Railway.
25 January 1948 Present Liverpool Lime Street signal box opened. London Midland & Scottish Railway Air Raid Precautions (ARP) type 13 design replacing the previous Lime Street signal box.

 


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