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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
LMS ARP Signal Box
Right hand brick stairs
Given the importance of signal boxes to the running of a railway, it was deemed important at the start of WW2 to build new and relacement signal boxes which could withstand some bombing.
Concrete and brick would be the main material used, and the LMS even replaced wood with metal for windows. Most new signal boxes were big, some very big,but smaller ones could be found and the last LMS ARP type was installed as late as 1949 at Town Green station near to Ormskirk.
This one is a small, 3 window sized signal box, whichis ideal for small stations and yards.
Available with either a brick staircase or an open one with concrete side panels, either as a left or right hander.