The Railway Signalling Photo Archive

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Hello and welcome to SIGNALLING PHOTOS - The Railway Signalling Photo Archive!

The railway is continually and rapidly changing and the prospect of history being created all around us is very exciting. This website contains collections from various signalling enthusiasts and railwaymen and women who have taken the opportunity to take record signalling installations over their careers. This equipment won't be around forever - when it's gone, it's gone - and then all kinds of questions about 'how things used to be' come out of the woodwork!

This collection is primarily an historical archive. It is not intended to be an art gallery, it is intended to record information about signalling. All photos were taken by or for the authors shown on each page, and were taken either from public areas, or on visits with official permission, or in the course of duty.

Select an area of the map to begin or view all albums

(If you wish to use a photograph from this website please respect the copyright note on each individual photo page. Please contact us via the link below if you wish to discuss further.)
Thames Valley London Underground  |  Tram & Metro Systems  |  Overseas  |  Preservation


You can contribute to this huge archive of railway signalling photos.

Just register using this simple form, and upload your photos using the web interface.

You retain copyright of all your photos, and you are credited on pages of your photos.

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