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FARSAP logo Gilberdyke Junction

Gilberdyke Signal Box is situated at Gilberdyke Junction which is to the west of Gilberdyke station. At this point the Hull and Selby Railway is joined by the Hull and Doncaster branch of the North Eastern Railway which opened in 1869.

The geographic location of the crossing 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 icon(s) to reveal what they represent. Increase the scale using the scale selector on the left to separate closely positioned icons.

This video covers all eight locations from Gilberdyke to Melton Lane inclusive.

Video Credits

Filmed by: Richard Pulleyn & Neil MacKay
Filmed 0n: 19 October 2016
Narrators: Richard Pulleyn and Brian Harris
Mobile Operations Manager: Brian Harris
Signaller: Paul Stainton
Video Editors: Derek Young & George Duncan
Still Picture on this web page: Rob Daniels

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The material may be freely used except for sale or advertising purposes.

Key Chronology

1840 Hull and Selby Railway opened including a station at Staddlethorpe.
1869 Branch from Doncaster to Staddlethorpe Junction opened by North Eastern Railway (Hull & Doncaster Branch).
1872 Hull and Selby Railway became part of the North Eastern Railway.
1974 Station and Junction renamed Gilberdyke.


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