LAKESIDE KITCHEN EQUIPMENT - LAKESIDE KITCHEN
LAKESIDE KITCHEN EQUIPMENT - POWDER COATING EQUIPMENT USED - CLIMBING EQUIPMENT STORES
Lakeside Kitchen Equipment
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Lakeside signal box located at Haverthwaite end of platform 1 at Lakeside station on the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway. Wednesday 28th April 2010
Lake Side signal box was a Furness Railway Type 4 design which opened in 1913 fitted with a 42 lever Railway Signal Company Tappet frame, replacing an earlier signal box located a short distance to the south. The signal box was reduced to a non block post when the line from Plumpton Junction was converted from electric token working to one engine in steam working (possibly on 17th May 1966). Closure by British Railways along with the Plumpton Junction to Lake Side line, came on 11th September 1967. The signal box was reopened by the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway as a non block post named Lakeside along with the line between Haverthwaite and Lakeside on 2nd May 1973
The signal box carries three nameboards. On the front is a later style of Furness Railway nameboard with plain lettering on a board with rounded ends. And at either end of the signal box placed above the eaves using redundant channel rod are London Midland and Scottish Railway nameboards, a practice that was peculiar to the London Midland and Scottish Railway's Furness section
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