List number: 1042523
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY9425264187

Signal Box, Hexham


The overhead railway signal box at Hexham was built in c.1896 by the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. This, and the signal box at Wylam, are the only 2 surviving examples of this type of signal box. Both are Grade II listed.

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Hexham signal box

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Hexham Signal Box

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60103 at Hexham - August 2016 (1)

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Railway at Hexham

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Passing trains near Hexham

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OVERTRACK SIGNAL BOX TO EAST OF HEXHAM RAILWAY STATION - List Entry
- "Gantry signal cabin, circa 1896 for the North Eastern Railway. Brick and steel with boarded and glazed superstructure on steel frame, slate roof, brick chimney. South elevation shows 2 brick ...

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