Kingscote Signal Box
At the north end of the down platform is this cabin, rescued from Brighton Upper Goods Yard, and erected at Kingscote on 30th August 1996. It houses a historically important Southern Railway/Region Westinghouse 'L' frame. It become operational on 5 February 2016. It will also eventually take over control of the East Grinstead layout and the interface with Network Rail, which is currently handled by a pair of ground frames interlocked through the use of the Annett's Key on the token.
Further photos are available on Derek Hayward's pages
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Last updated 16 January 2017 by Richard Salmon.
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