Signal Block Bell, South Eastern Railway

Made:
1862 in England
maker:
Charles Vincent Walker
Block bell, No 397, enamel plate attached reads "Train Signal Block bell, No 397, enamel plate attached reads "Train Signal Block bell, No 397, enamel plate attached reads "Train Signal

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Block bell, No 397, enamel plate attached reads "Train Signal
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Block bell, No 397, enamel plate attached reads "Train Signal
Science Museum Group
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Block bell, No 397, enamel plate attached reads "Train Signal
Science Museum Group
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Block bell, No 397, enamel plate attached reads "Train Signal System adopted by the South Eastern Railway Co, Charles Walker FRS Invent. International Exhibition 1862, Honorable Mention".

Details

Category:
Signalling & Telecommunications
Object Number:
1994-7263
Materials:
wood (unidentified), metal (unknown) and enamel
Measurements:
overall: 310 mm x 310 mm x 234 mm,
type:
block bell
credit:
British Rail, Clapham