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Signalling Notices

(1893)



No. 619.
GLASGOW, 28th July, 1893.

NEW PASSING PLACE FOR TRAINS AT PASS OF AWE, NEAR 54TH MILE POST

A Passing Place for Trains has been made at Pass of Awe, and a new Signal Box, from which all the following new Signals will be worked, has been placed on the North side of the Line, about 17 yards East from the 54¼ Mile Post.

Home Signals.- The Up Signal stands on the North side of the Line, about 191 yards West from the Box.

The Advanced Up Signal stands on the North side of the Up Line, about 115 yards East from the Box.

The Down Signal has been placed on the Post which carries Automatic Stone Signals, and stands on the South side of the Line, about 199 yards East from the Box, and is the lower Down Signal on the Post. (This Post has been shifted 48 yards West from its former position.)

The Advanced Down Signal stands on the South side of the Down Line, about 115 yards West from the Box.

Distant Signals.- The Up Signal has been placed on the Post which carries Automatic Stone Signals, and stands on the South side of the Line, about 641 yards West from the Box, and is the lower Up Signal on the Post.

The Down Signal has been placed on the Post which carries Automatic Stone Signals, and stands on the North side of the Line, about 717 yards East from the Box, and is the lower Down Signal on the Post.

Note.- The present Section between Loch-Awe and Taynuilt will be divided at Awe Crossing, and the Sections will be:-

Loch-Awe and Awe Crossing.
Awe Crossing and Taynuilt.

To come into operation on Saturday, the 29th day of July, 1893.