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Mosman Park

Signal Cabins in WA


WAGR - Eastern Railway (E. R.)

1938 WAGR MAP Mileage = 9

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Fate: Demolished

This station opened with the name of Cottesloe Beach and was renamed on 1st of July 1931 as Buckland Hill, then subsequently renamed on the 1st of November 1937 as Mosman Park..

On the 12th of June 1946 the existing Mosman Park Signal box (located beside the Down line and formerly known as Buckland Hill) was closed and operations were transferred to a new signal box in the Station Building on the Up Platform.

NOTE: This page is under development - please check back later, however, if you have any additional information on this signal cabin, it would be most welcome - please use the e-mail form provided.

Any additional information on this signal cabin would be most welcome - please use the e-mail form provided on this page.

Information researched and interpreted by Chris. J. E. French of SignallingWA

Photographs © by
Chris. J. E. French and [] courtesy of RHWA Archives (image []) and Diagram of Signalling and Photograph © by W. A. G. R.

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This list may not be complete and does not yet include employees who worked here without being appointed.
Where an appointment date is unknown, the Weekly Notice (WN) date advising of the appointment or other official documentation, i.e. Certificate of Competency (CC) will be used.




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