This place is opened as a Block Signal Box when required.
There are no fixed signals, but when opened as a block signal box four flagmen are appointed to act respectively as Up Home, Up Distant, Down Home and Down Distant signals.
The key of this Signal Box is in the possession of the Station-master at Bayswater, from whom it must be obtained, and to whom it must be returned when the Signal Box has been closed.
Cross-over roads are not provided.
Page 282, General Appendix to the Book of Rules and Regulations and to the Working Time Table
Dec. 4, 1922
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RIVER BRIDGE Employees
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