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The Wirral Railway’s first line was between Bidston and New Brighton, opened in the 1880s. It absorbed the Seacombe, Hoylake & Deeside Railway in 1891.
A standard Railway Signal Company box, as were all boxes erected in Wirral Railway days.
The Wirral Railway passed to the London, Midland & Scottish Railway in 1923.