Home Page > Signalling Notices > 1890-1899 > 1895

Signalling Notices

(1895)



No. 739
GLASGOW, 11th July, 1895.

ALTERATION OF SIGNALS AT EAST AND WEST BOXES, CALLANDER.

In consequence of the alterations at Callander Station the following alterations have been made on the Signals:-

EAST BOX.

Home Signals.- A new Down Signal has been erected about 4 yards East from the existing Signal, which it will supersede, and is now the higher of the two Down Signals on the Double-Bracketed Signal Post which stands on the North side of the Line, about 95 yards East from the Box.

The lower Signal is the new Down Distant Signal from the West Box.

The left hand Bracket Signal in the above described Post is the new Down Signal to the Down Dock Siding, and will supersede the existing Signal.

The right hand Bracket Signal is the new Down Signal to the Up Line Sidings, and will supersede the existing Signal.

The other Signals remain unaltered.

WEST BOX.

Distant Signal.- The new Down Signal, which will supersede the existing Signal, is the lower of the two Down Signals on the Post already described, and which stands on the North side of the Line, about 505 yards East from the Box.

The other Signals remain unaltered.

To come into operation on Friday, the 12th day of July, 1895.