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  • using or providing or producing or transmitting or operated by electricity; "electric current"; "electric wiring"; "electrical appliances"; "an electrical storm"

  • a car that is powered by electricity

  • An electric train or other vehicle

  • (of a situation) exceptionally tense; "an atmosphere electric with suspicion"











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Vitriol Works




Vitriol Works





British Railways Brush Type 4 Co-Co class 47/4 diesel-electric locomotive number 47806 of Bristol Bath Road TMD passes Vitriol Works signal box on the Down Main line with the 07:50 (Additional) Manchester Victoria to York 'Dunlop Heywood Executive' charter (1Z35) (formed of PULR99353, PULR99352, ?, PULR99351, PULR99350, SLOA 99349, 1857, PULR99348, PULR99347 and PULR99356). Friday 3rd November 1989

Vitriol Works signal box is located on the up side of the line at Chadderton, and is a British Railway London Midland Region Type 14 design fitted with a 65 lever London Midland Region Standard frame which opened in 1953 in connection with the new Chadderton B electricity generating station, replacing a 1903-built 46 lever Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Standard design signal box located a few yards to the north. All of the glazing at the Manchester end of the signal box, with the exception of one pane by the front corner was bricked up in spring 1988. More problems with the windows meant the sliding sashes were replaced by 1997. The signal box was rewindowed and a new set of metal steps were provided in the mid-2000s

The signals are (left to right) 25, VW26, VW55, 31 and 34.

25 signal (up slow to factory sidings) a London Midland and Scottish Railway 1941 type standard dwarf signal is located on the floor at the foot of 25 signal, 26 signal was abolished on 8th August 1993, along with the Factory Sidings and the Up Sidings.
VW26 signal (Up Slow Home) is carried on a British Railways London Midland Region tubular post located at the end of the Up Slow line. A white diamond to indicate to the driver that his train is occupying a track circuit that indicates his presence to the signalman was fitted on 4th March 1990 when the Up Slow line was track circuited and renamed the Up Loop line in connection with the closure of Middleton Junction West signal box. The signal was replaced by a three aspect colour light signal on 7th August 1998.
31 signal (Up Fast Home) is carried on a British Railways London Midland Region tubular post located in the ten foot between the Up Fast and Up Slow lines. The signal was abolished on 4th March 1990 in connection with the closure of Middleton Junction West signal box.
34 signal (set back from down main to factory sidings or to up main) is a London Midland and Scottish Railway 1941 type standard dwarf signal located in the six foot between the Down and Up Main lines. The signal was abolished on 8th August 1993.
VW55 signal (Down Main Home) with Middleton Junction West 26 signal (Down Main Distant) below it is carried on a British Railways London Midland Region two doll left hand bracket carried on a tubular main stem. The signal was replaced by a three aspect colour light signal 10 yards further from the signal box and Middleton Junction West signal box 26 signal was abolished on 4th March 1990 in connection with the closure of Middleton Junction West signal box

Behind the signal box's location when the railway opened was Messrs Hannibal Becker and Company's works. It is shown on the 1848 Ordnance Survey map as Slacks Valley chemical works, and although the works does not appear to have been rail connected the name is thought to originate from the works











Vitriol Works




Vitriol Works





British Railways Brush Type 5 Co-Co class 56 diesel-electric locomotive number 56090 of Toton TMD stands at Vitriol Works signal box 26 signal with the 13:37 (SX) Healey Mills Network Yard to Fiddlers Ferry Central Electricity Generating Board 'Merry-go-round' coal train (7M49). Tuesday 28th February 1989

Vitriol Works signal box is located on the up side of the line at Chadderton, and is a British Railway London Midland Region Type 14 design fitted with a 65 lever London Midland Region Standard frame which opened in 1953 in connection with the new Chadderton B electricity generating station, replacing a 1903-built 46 lever Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Standard design signal box located a few yards to the north. All of the glazing at the Manchester end of the signal box, with the exception of one pane by the front corner was bricked up in spring 1988. More problems with the windows meant the sliding sashes were replaced by 1997. The signal box was rewindowed and a new set of metal steps were provided in the mid-2000s

The train is stood at 26 signal (Up Slow Home) which is carried on a British Railways London Midland Region tubular post located at the end of the Up Slow line with 25 signal (up slow to factory sidings) a London Midland and Scottish Railway 1941 type standard dwarf signal located on the floor. 26 signal was replaced by a three aspect colour light signal on 7th August 1998, 25 signal was abolished on 8th August 1993, along with the Factory Sidings and the Up Sidings.

The other signals are (left to right) 34, 31, and 3 with 4 below.
3 signal (sidings to factory sidings) is carried on a tubular post with 4 (sidings to up main) below it, located at the exit from the Up Sidings. The signals were abolished on 8th August 1993, along with the Factory Sidings and the Up Sidings.
31 signal (Up Fast Home) is carried on a British Railways London Midland Region tubular post located in the ten foot between the Up Fast and Up Slow lines. The signal was abolished on 4th March 1990 in connection with the closure of Middleton Junction West signal box.
34 signal (set back from down main to factory sidings or to up main) is a London Midland and Scottish Railway 1941 type standard dwarf signal located in the six foot between the Down and Up Main lines. The signal was abolished on 8th August 1993

Behind the signal box's location when the railway opened was Messrs Hannibal Becker and Company's works. It is shown on the 1848 Ordnance Survey map as Slacks Valley chemical works, and although the works does not appear to have been rail connected the name is thought to originate from the works

In the distance 698 yards from Vitriol Works, Middleton Junction West signal box can be seen









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