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Signal Box, Roseden

This former signal box to the east of Roseden was built for a level crossing of the old Alnwick to Cornhill Railway, which opened in 1887. There is a similar signal box at Haugh Head.

Roseden Signal Box, Haugh Head Alnwick to Cornhill Railway Railway Signal Boxes
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Old signal box at Roseden Crossing

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Former signal box, Roseden Crossing

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Minor road to Bewick Bridge

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Alnwick to Cornhill Railway
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Alnwick to Cornhill Railway
- Overview About the Cornhill Branch The Alnwick to Coldstream (Cornhill) railway, was opened in 1887 by the North Eastern Railway to link it's Kelso line to its Alnwick Branch. The …
Roseden Crossing Signal Box (Cheviotside)
- "This signal box was built in 1887 on the railway which ran from Alnwick to Cornhill. The building is made of wood and glass, but stands on a stone base. …

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Roseden Signal Box, Northumberland in July 1981

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