Tomnick said:The pull-plate reads "21 - FROM GOODS SIDINGS OR ENGINEERS SIDINGS SHUNT" - does this tie in with its location?
I certainly don't know of any other examples! Of course, there's plenty of yellow shunt discs with the 'standard' meaning as shown in the rulebook. Not seen any acting as a repeater though! Is the following signal (MW10?) a disc too?Brian EWS said:Also got the "Distant" ground signal on the exit from the camp. This could be unique in Britain, anybody know different?
Brian EWS said:Also got the "Distant" ground signal on the exit from the camp. This could be unique in Britain, anybody know different?
Ain't modern technology wonderfull. I always wondered what was round the corner from the exchange sidings.Automotivehistorian said:Brill...we're always interested in anything like that!
Here's a link to the Marchwood site..scroll around and see the extensive sidings, and the branch
Geoff,GeoffM said:I don't know of *disc* repeaters/distants, but *colour light* ground signal repeaters certainly exist - I can think of one at Temple Mills and one at Dagenham Dock, for starters.