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RULE 55

Your opportunity to "sign the book"

By tradition, the Rule Book has required all visitors to the Signal Box to sign the Train Register. We'd like to invite you to maintain this tradition. Simply fill in your details and comments here .

Entries made by previous visitors to this site will be found below. These are listed in batches of 50 - follow the links at the foot of the page to see more.

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TRAIN REGISTER ENTRIES

250 1749 7/3/99 - Paul, Derbyshire
249 1649 7/3/99 - Ian Davey, Guildford, Surrey
248 1110 7/3/99 - Dave Clifford, Whitby, Durham, Canada
Interesting Web Site! Thanks for having me.
247 2333 6/3/99 - Jonathan Tillib, Belper, Derbyshire
I came to the site by way of a US link. My own interest in mechanical signalling is high and I still get to test the occasional frame (see pic on my business site). I am a GW man stranded in upper quadrant territory!
246 2008 5/3/99 - John Morris, Lichfield, Staffs
Ex Signalman Lichfield TV. Brilliant site.
245 1235 5/3/99 - Peter, Sydney, Australia
Thanks for a really good site, McKenzie & Holland sold a lot of signalling equipment here in my state of New South Wales to our then NSWGR.
244 1814 4/3/99 - David Hibberd, Falmouth, Cornwall
Excellent
243 2236 1/3/99 - Jim Britcliffe, Crewe, Cheshire
Great site! I am currently Safety Training Manager for Railtrack North West. I shall recommend your site to OTC students who are connected! SGI 22 being used for this site!
242 0050 28/2/99 - Michael Andrew, Ferndale, Rhondda Cynon Taff
Many interesting things in this site, will certainly visit again
241 1737 25/2/99 - Bill Wise, Lichfield, Staffordshire
This is indeed a very comprehensive website. Just like reading the "Block Book". Keep up the good work. Sorry about the delay in "signing" the TR. Alan Jones is my boss and he says I must sign it!! So I have.
240 2331 24/2/99 - Kenneth Butcher, Kelso, WA, USA
I am a Signal Maintainer for the BNSF Railroad in Washington State, USA. My area of interest is in signalling in other countries.
239 1519 23/2/99 - Jimmy Laide, Kerry, Ireland
238 0757 20/2/99 - Geoff Pember, Applecross, Perth, Western Australia
Ex Station Master / Assist / Night and Locomotive Driver Western Australian Government Railways @ National Rail.
237 1933 17/2/99 - Desmond Elder, Comber, Co. Down
Still some nice somersault semaphores on NIR, but very sparse. Only Portrush still has them, and perhaps Castlerock.
236 1950 15/2/99 - Wendy Tipping, Birmingham, West Midlands
Recommended by my boss Alan Jones. Very good, will come back again.
235 1204 15/2/99 - Ian Hutchinson, Potchefstroom, South Africa
An excellent site and very professionally put together. It is going to take many lunch times to work my way through it. Thanks a lot - very entertaining and informative
234 2310 14/2/99 - Andy Mabbett, Birmingham
Great site, thanks!
233 2216 13/2/99 - Paul Hepworth, York, Yorks
I am an ex-BR Signal Engineering designer. My former BR office in York is now owned by Westinghouse Signals. We still have the expertise to design and test alterations to a range of mechanical interlockings, using CAD or traditional drawing methods. We can also produce signal box track circuit diagrams.
232 1526 13/2/99 - Grant W. Kern, Soulsbyville,, California, USA
Looks great, keep it up
231 2010 10/2/99 - John Allen, Harlow, Essex
Found your web site while browsing railway pages. Very interesting.
230 0344 9/2/99 - Chris Dobson, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
Great site, look forward to calling back soon.
229 1109 7/2/99 - Marcel Vos, Amersfoort, Holland
Great site, I'll use it for improving the English terminology on my own site on signalling at Museumstoomtram Hoorn-Medemblik (NL)
228 1939 6/2/99 - Peter Woodbridge, Reading, Berks
Today was the first day I have an internet connection. Was determined to visit your site following a recommendation last summer from a signalman at Manchester North (Salford Crescent) where I was a signalling tester. I am rather happier with IECC and SSI than mechanical boxes but I will test them as fringes to newer signalling centres provided there's no mechanical alteration. Hope to learn a lot from your site though.
227 1655 6/2/99 - Brian Wainwright, Bury, Lancs
A really useful and interesting site that has gone straight onto my "Favourites"
226 1212 6/2/99 - Ross (Goldie) Goldspink, Brisbane, Australia
G'day
225 2017 4/2/99 - Michael Byng, Coleshill, West Midlands.
A useful site for my research for an O Gauge Garden Railway based on LNWR & MR practice.
224 1732 3/2/99 - Reynolt dde Vos van Steenwijk, Edinburgh, Lothian - Email: R.De-Vos-Van-Steenwijk@ug.ee.ed.ac.uk
The Signal Box is a great site! I am a 4th year electronic engineering undergraduate at Edinburgh University and am starting my dissertation on Railroad Signalling. Finding this site was a blessing. Anybody out there think they can give me a few pointers? Please email me...
223 0021 1/2/99 - Chris Wright, Tipton, West Midlands
An excellent site. Very interesting.
222 1522 31/1/99 - Stephen Carter, Coalbrookdale, Salop
Like what I've seen so far. Once upon a time I was Signal Engineering Supervisor at Rugby PSB. (Left 1975)
221 1129 30/1/99 - Sunil Rodger, Cambridge, Cambs
Nice site, please keep up the good work.
220 0311 30/11/99 - George Harrison, Orillia, Ontario, Canada - Email: hiram@netcom.ca
From an old manual lever dinosaur, let me say that this is an incredible website done with great dedication with the oft-neglected importance of the signalman specifically in mind and a lot of credit to you John and thanks.
219 0954 29/1/99 - Jagrut Gandhi, Baroda, India
This is a wonderful site. I never knew that I can get information about signalling on Internet. I am an Electronic Engineer working with Signalling division of Daimler-Chrysler Railway Systems Ltd, (previously it was ABB Daimler-Benz Transportation (India) Ltd, ADtranz).
218 1900 27/1/99 - Robin Fletcher, March, Cambs
I'm a Relief Signalman at March and received 7 bells for your website. After a full examination I can confirm it is excellent. I shall return soon.
217 0523 26/1/99 - Edward K Adams, Lexington, Kentucky, USA
216 2247 25/1/99 - Paul Hepworth, York, Yorks
Westinghouse Signals, York.
215 2132 23/1/99 - Nick Allsop, Uttoxeter, Staffs
Just visiting this address, very interesting stuff, regards from Derby PSB, the North and South Staffs lines.
214 2038 23/1/99 - Mike Traynar, Newbury, Berks
A current strand of interest is signalling inspired by standing on a footbridge and watching a HST pass by underneath and then seeing the signal change from green to red as soon as the trailing engine passed the signal. It was a thrilling experience and it wasn't even a steam train
213 0322 23/1/99 - Rick Cole, Sydney, Australia
Top Stuff
212 2133 20/1/99 - Matthew Bendell, Lincoln, Lincs
I used to work as relief at Acton Canal Wharf and now I work in Peterborough. P.S. Good site!!
211 1157 20/1/99 - F.Nicholas
Revisiting the site yet again. Absolute gem. Will buy a season ticket one day.
210 1535 19/1/99 - George Reeve, Enfield, Middx
I thought the site looked extremely attractive but more importantly it was easy to load.
209 0841 19/1/99 - David Langley, Avenel, Victoria, Australia.
I have visited this site on a number of occasions but have neglected to sign the register. In fact I emailed you very early on about something or another. I am signing this time because I fear that I will not be let back into New Zealand if I don't - so I have. Thankyou John, keep up the site it's looking better every time I visit.
208 0137 18/1/99 - Nicholas Crosby, Jakarta, Indonesia
Very informative web site. Any ideas where I can get access to signal arrangements for specific stations in the UK?
207 0015 18/1/99 - Ken Millward, Stockport, Cheshire
Just gone online yesterday. Lucky to have found you so soon.Be in touch again soon.
206 1556 16/1/99 - Magnus Eriksson, Sundsvall, Sweden
I have had a nice time looking at your Signal box. I am interested in British railways, and this kind of information is hard to get in Sweden. Sure I ll put in in my bookmarks!
205 2243 15/1/99 - Don Newing, Belper, Derbyshire
Stumbled on your site tonight via a link in Australia! Most interesting. I'll be back. I'm a member of the IRSE & work for Michael Hamlyn Associates in Derby.
204 1919 13/1/99 - Dave Hughes, Birmingham, West Midlands
Great page, especially the software downloads. Not enough L&Y, but hey, I'm biased.
203 0232 13/1/99 - Eddy Hurley, Railtrack Midlands
Recommended by a friend, found interesting, will visit again, again & again!
202 2346 12/1/99 - Mike Drew, Melbourne, Australia
Been recommended. Will look in again for a deeper in depth visit. Put it in my book marks.
201 2153 12/1/99 - Revd. Mike Page-Chestney, Blyton, Lincs.
Great fun, lots of useful information. Definitely going in my favourites list

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