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© Ms Janet Tierney LRPS

IoE Number: 431308
Photographer: Ms Janet Tierney LRPS
Date Photographed: 05 August 2000
Date listed: 26 May 1995
Date of last amendment: 26 May 1995
Grade II

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The following buildings shall be added:-BARNETBY LE WOLDTAOONWSignal Box at WrawbyJunction

The following buildings shall be added:- BARNETBY LE WOLD TAOONW Signal Box at Wrawby Junction 1170-/8/10002 II Signal Box. 1916. Built for the Great Central Railway. Red brick and timber, with a Welsh slate roof. Tall ground floor section of brick with seven plain sashes on the south-east front, and a single door to the south-west. This same front has a 2 flight timber staircase with half landing supported on a square brick pier, this stair leads to a cantilevered balcony and entrance door. The timber upper floor has a continuous strip of 13 windows with glazing bars to the rail side and 5 windows to the rear, the ends have 2 windows each, with a small window above and barge boards to the gables. This box was opened on May 7th 1916, when it was the largest box on the Great Central Railway, it originally had 132 levers on a single GC 41/2" front catch handle frame, 5 extra levers were added later.

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