Totnes Signalbox :: Shared Description

Totnes Signalbox is a Grade II listed former Great Western Railway signalbox, located on Totnes station. It presently functions as a cafe.
The current structure was built in 1923 to the standard blue brick-built GWR design. From 1973 under British Railways it was downgraded to a "fringe box" to the Panel Signal Box at Plymouth railway station, when the signal boxes at Brent and other intermediate locations were closed. The signal box was closed in 1987, when new multiple-aspect signals were brought into use, controlled from the new signalling centre at Exeter.
by N Chadwick
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SX8060 : Totnes Signalbox by N Chadwick
SX8060 : Totnes Signalbox by N Chadwick


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Created: Wed, 14 Feb 2018, Updated: Wed, 14 Feb 2018

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