Newbury Park signal box was built by London Transport and the frame was installed in 1939-40 but the re-signalling scheme postponed for duration of the Second World War. It was built to the London Transport Type design and opened in 10th December 1947 fitted with a 59 lever Westinghouse 'N' frame (frame number 200).

The frame was replaced by a panel 26th September 1994

Newbury Park signal box

Newberry Park

The 'N' Style lever frame at Newberry Park is a Westinghouse Style 'N' Power Frame and was mechanically interlocked between levers with electrical lever locking, The frame was formed of 5 x 12 way section which making a total of 59 levers, {5x12}-1 = 59 levers, as the last “lever” space is unavailable. 22 levers levers worked the point, and 24 levers worked the signals with 8 other levers being provided.

Diagrams

Attached a railway and signaling track diagram from London Transport Central Line Extention 1946 - 1957. This diagram can be downloaded opened in your browser in Adobe PDF format provided the Adobe browser is loaded, otherwise you will be able to save the file to your computer until such time as you have an Adobe Reader installed to read the file - Adobe reader is available free, just use the Adobe Reader icon below to get your copy.

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