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Signalling Notices


No. 665
GLASGOW, 10th April, 1894.


The road bridge over the Callander and Oban Railway West of Crianlarich Station, and about 50 yards East from the 30¼ Mile Post, is to be superseded by a new Overbridge which will be erected to the East of the present Bridge.

During the erection of the new bridge by the West Highland Railway Company the following new Signals on each side of the Bridge will be in operation:-

Dwarf Signal Frame.

A new Dwarf Signal Frame of 2 Levers, from which the following Signals will be worked, has been placed on the North side of the Callander and Oban Railway, about 80 yards East from the side of the Overbridge.

Home Signals.- A new Up Signal has been placed on the North side of the Line, about 190 yards West from the Frame.

A new Down Signal has been placed on the North side of the Line, about 10 yards East from the Frame.

Note.- These Signals only apply to the protection of the Line at the Overbridge, and Drivers of Trains and Engines must have them under such control that they can stop clear of the Overbridge in the event of the Signals being suddenly put to Danger.

The Signals at Crianlarich Station for the protection of the Line during the construction of the West Highland Railway Viaduct have now been discontinued.

To come into operation on Thursday, the 12th day of April, 1894.