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Semaphore Warning Arms

British signalling of the past (UK, excepting Northern Ireland)

Semaphore Warning Arms

Unread postby Roger Bell » Sat Feb 17, 2018 10:25 am

The March South warner isn't shown here.. or here..

The latter shows the St Ives marked up for recovery. I wonder how old the MS warning arm was? I have it and it's lamp.

20 at WJ is shown as lettered 'C' but was it a warner?

On reflection, I wonder if the March South Warner might have been added after March East had that ground level colour light down home installed due to sighting.

Not sure about WJ 20 but Shunt Ahead is probably more likely to allow a move towards the East before setting back into the yards. Will have to dig deeper.

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