Please note that this is NOT a Westinghouse power lever frame signal box, it is included as it was adjacent to the Clapham Junction 'C' signalling system and is provided for historical and geographic interest only.
Attached is Southern Railway signal instruction 10 notice of 1940 and signal instruction 10 track diagram of 1940 this can be downloaded in PDF format, this covers the abolition of Wandsworth Town signal box which shows most of the track layout and some of the signalling at Clapham Junction "E" and Point Pleasant Junction. Although dated 26 May 1940 it actually took place on 16 June 1940. These diagram(s) are taken from the website of the Signalling Record Society Research Note37. These images are copyright of the Signalling Record Society, and reproduced by permission.
London Waterloo to Reading - North Line (Windsor Lines)
In March 1934 Wandsworth Town signal box (800yds away) was the adjacent box until it was closed on 16 June 1940 (postponed from 26 May 1940) when Clapham Junction "E" signal box (1m 217yds away) became the adjacent box. Clapham Junction "C" signal box (renamed from Clapham Junction "E") was closed on 02 November 1980 when Clapham Junction "A" signal box (1m 542yds away) became the adjacent box. Clapham Junction "A" signal box was closed on 25 May 1990 when Wimbledon Area Signalling Centre became the adjacent box.
London Waterloo to Reading - South line (Windsor Lines)
In March 1934 Putney signal box (1576yds away) was the adjacent box until it was closed on 22 February 1959 when Barnes power signal box (2m 359yds away) became the adjacent box..
East Putney Branch
East Putney signal box (1339yds away) was the adjacent box from Point Pleasant Junction's opening until closure.