Here we have this early London Midland and Scottish Railway original signal box diagram from Beeston South Junction signal box, Beeston south junction is in Nottinghamshire on the Midland Railway main line The diagram is dated 1928 making it 93 years old! The term "junction" was used by the former Midland Railway company where goods line converged with passenger lines, at this location siding connections to a Creosote works and a Foundry were provided. This diagram has several damaged areas and some small peices on parchment missing but all information is present and this could be restored if required. Unusually there are no layout or signalling alterations and all the 34 levers in the frame were working. The frame is a well made modern example which looks the part and displays well. In the lower right hand corner is a faded L.M.S. signal engineers dept stamp.
Due to the delicate nature of the item and that it also contains glass we recomend collection, we can post but this is reflected in the cost and includes insurance.