LMS / LNER / BR Tubular post, upper quadrant signals
LMS/LNER/BR This style of signal, originally introduced by the LMS in the 1930s, was also used by the LNER and latterly by BR. Many examples are still in use today. Post heights vary from 17ft. (5,2m) to 36ft. (11m). Arm configurations - single arm, double arm, single/double plus repeater, shunt arm, home and distant. Post configurations - single post, 2-doll branch left or right, 2-doll equal cantilever, 3-doll junction.
SR This style represents the type of signal post built from bull-head rail, indigenous to the Southern Railway. Single post only, single or double arm, home distant or shunt (or combinations of each). Post heights vary, but seldom in excess of 33ft. (10m).
Kit construction is of nickel silver and brass, with white metal fittings (lamps, post caps). It is hoped to re-introduce the actuator to enable signals to be operated electrically. The actuator incorporates a relay whose contacts may be wired to provide interlocking and isolation of track sections in accordance with the signal status.
|LMS / LNER / BR|
17ft. post height, single arm. KIT BUILDS 2 SIGNALS
Arm configuration is 2 x Home, or 2 x Distant, or Home + Distant, or Home + Shunt, or Distant + Shunt
|OSK1C||Medium height post. Single or double arm.||£TBA|
|OSK1D||Tall post. Single or double arm. Could be built with low-level repeater.||£TBA|
|OSK2||2-doll bracket signal. Dolls positioned either side of main post.||£TBA|
|OSK3||2-doll bracket signal. Branch doll off-set to right or left of main post.||£TBA|
|OSK5||3-doll bracket signal. Dolls can be positioned in any branch / main combination. 2 kits would form ideal basis of a gantry.||£TBA|
|SR Rail-built post, upper quadrant signals|
|OSK8||Single post, rail-built. Single or double arm||£TBA|