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Signalling Notices

(1900)



No. 1142

OPENING OF TEMPORARY SIDINGS AT GLEN CRUITTEN SUMMIT

In connection with the construction of a new Crossing Place between Connel Ferry and Oban near mile post 68½, two temporary sidings have been put in and connected with the Main Line. A dwarf frame has been placed on the north side of the line about 244 yards east of mile post 68½, and the following signals will be worked from it:

Home Signals.- The signal to Connel Ferry stands by the side of the line, about 97 yards west of the dwarf frame.

The signal to Oban stands on the south side of the line, about 137 yards east of the dwarf frame.

Distant Signals.- The signal to Connel Ferry stands by the north side of the line, about 492 yards west of the dwarf frame.

The signal to Oban stands by the south side of the line, about 567 yards east of the dwarf frame.

Ground Disc Signals.- The Signal from the South Siding to the Main Line stands outside the South Siding, about 67 yards west of the dwarf frame.

The Signal from the North Siding to the Main Line stands outside the North Siding, about 132 yards east from the dwarf frame.

To come into operation on Tuesday, the 9th day of October, 1900.