Bluebell Railway Signalling
The Volunteers of the S&T in 1984 with their newly constructed Sheffield Park Inner Home bracket signal.
The Bluebell Railway's Signal and Telecommunications (S&T) Department has developed and maintains the signalling system which controls our trains. The work done is carried out to a very high standard, adhering as far as possible to full main-line specifications.
The following pages are available describing the signalling system:
See also John Hinson's pages at "The Signal Box", which cover all aspects of traditional signalling.
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This page updated 28 July 2012 by Peter Richards and 16 January 2017 by Richard Salmon.
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