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Signalling Notices

(1890)



No. 376.
GLASGOW, 23rd April, 1890.

ALTERATION OF AND ADDITIONAL SIGNALS AT LOCHEARNHEAD STATION

In consequence of the Signals at Lochearnhead having been interlocked the following alterations have been made:-

A new Signal Frame, from which all the Signals will now be worked, has been erected outside the Up Line Platform, about 15 yards North from the centre of the Water Tank, and about 38 yards South from the present Signal Frame, which it will supersede.

Home And Advanced Home Signals.- A new Up Signal has been erected about 212 yards North from the present Signal, which it will supersede, and now stands on the East side of the Line, about 251 yards North from the Frame.

A new Down Signal has been erected about 223 yards South from the present Signal, which it will supersede, and now stands on the West side of the Line, about 184 yards South from the Frame.

A new Advanced Up Signal has been erected outside the Siding, about 94 yards South from the Frame.

A new Advanced Down Signal has been erected by the side of the Down Loop, about 137 yards North from the Frame.

Siding Signal.- A new Ground Disc Signal, from the Sidings to the Up Loop, has been placed outside the Siding, about 60 yards South from the Frame.

The Distant Signals remain unaltered.

To come into operation on Thursday, the 24th day of April, 1890.