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|Single message by rodney_hills Topic: A Matter of Signalling!|
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Dave Summers wrote:
Whilst there are undoubtedly people that will comment, this is probably the wrong site to be asking the question. Templot is all about trackwork not signalling.Josh,Dave is quite correct,
The Signalling Record Society has a lot of SB diagrams available to its members, low res samples are free online,
The station that springs to mind as near to your requiremnts is Exmouth.
here is Exmouth, before the branch to the east and after the 1924 rebuild.
you should be able to get a general idea of signalling from that..
Somewhat more legible here :
One photo shows actual sb diagram as above in this post.
Exmouth also figures in the SR station plans book by Pryer and Bowring
See my post here
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