Signalling Record Society - 50 Years
York to Scarborough
The York to Scarborough line is particularly noted for the quantity of level crossings along the route, all of which are now supervised from just a few remaining signal boxes. The video is split into three parts:
Part 1 was filmed at Strensall with a brief visit to Common Road Gate Box.
Part 2 concentrates on the middle section visiting Barton Hill, Howsham and Kirkham Abbey.
Part 3 looks at the eastern end and looking at Malton, High Scampston Crossing, Weaverthorpe, Seamer and Lebberston on the line to Hull.
Other York to Scarborough videos
|Filmed by:||Richard Pulleyn and
|Filmed in:||2017 and 2019|
|Relief Signaller:||Sam Elliott|
|Mobile Operations Manager:||Mick Elliott|
|Video Editor:||Derek Young|
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The material may be freely used except for sale or advertising purposes.
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