Signal Box, Wylam


The overhead signal box on the west side of Wylam Station was built in the late 19th century by the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. This, and the signal box at Hexham are the only 2 surviving examples of this type of signal box. Both are Grade II listed.

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Wylam station and signal box. 14.5.74

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Signal box, Wylam station

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Wylam Station #2

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Signal box, Wylam Station

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WYLAM SIGNAL BOX - List Entry
- "Signal box. Later C19. Brick, wood and cast-iron. Two high brick walls on either side of railway line support iron frame of 2 elliptical arches with trellis-work parapet above. Signal ...

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Wylam - Westbound station buildings

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Wylam railway station, Northumberland

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Signal Box, Hexham
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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 ...

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