Nicely polished wooden case, in all a delightful instrument. This was a wartime chemical and explosives factory, opened 1940, serving the GWR Taunton - Bristol line near Huntspill. Southern Railway Signal Box Lever Leads, qty 6 marked on rear SR, TH & S. It has a few expertly repaired chips which doesnt detract at all.
Preece Block Instrument with top Signal On/Off Indicator behind which sits the brass bell. Ex GWR station on the South Devon Coast where rail meets sea along the famous and wonderfully picturesque sea-wall.
Complete with all switches and the bell is functional. Ex 421 Class 0-4-0 150 HP Mc Laren engined locomotive No 3, built 28th March 1957 for use at the Royal Ordnance Factory Puriton, Somerset. The totem is in lovely condition with deep colour and shine and no fading.
A police spokesman said: “This one in particular was new for these officers and was used as a way of introducing Alison and Julian, putting faces to names, whilst giving people the opportunity to build a relationship with their local team and a chance to report any concerns.”Among some of the main concerns which came to light were speeding and drug dealing.
One way street Duke Lane was reported to have drivers going down it the wrong way while Gillibrands North, Pilling Lane in Chorley and Back Lane in Clayton-le-Woods were all highlighted as speeding trouble spots.
Because of internet limitations the map area is smaller than the maps here but if you are interested in an area not covered here then it is definitely the place to try.
Contact us 01386 760109 / 07718 211445 email Click on any image for a larger view Use the search box to look for specific items, when finished just click on the cross and you will go back to the full list.Southern Railway C/I Wagon/Coach Plate, Built By Ashford Works Southern.Approximately 6.5 x 4.75 oval shaped with face repainted white on light green, back untouched. Last shed allocation Gloucester from where withdrawal took place in September 1962. A nicely balanced plate with original paint on splasher and backplate. Ex GWR 4-6-0 Grange Class Locomotive numbered 6846. Withdrawal was from Bristol Barrow Road in September 1964 and the torch came at Birds, Bridgend. Ex Midland Railway station between St Albans City and Elstree on the Midland Main Line.Many of the original paper maps from which these digital versions were scanned are held in the Lancashire Record Office, where they can be inspected.If you are interested in studying old maps or tracing family history then this is the place to go.Meanwhile concerns were also raised about possible drug dealing going on in Croft Road and the Blackstone Road area of Chorley.