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Irish Semaphores.

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Irish Semaphores.

Unread postby MRFS » Tue Aug 23, 2016 7:13 pm

Which railway company were the source of the 'LBSC' type wooden post signals that rise to a little pimple for the final/cap? Would it have been MGWR?

Did CIE or the Great Southern introduce tubular posts?

Likewise, which company provides concrete posts?
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Re: Irish Semaphores.

Unread postby Wilkinstown » Sat Aug 27, 2016 4:27 pm

I think, but do not have an immediate reference, that the concrete posts were manufactured at Broadstone in GSR times. Not sure about tubular, possibly a CIE initiative - need to research a bit.
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