THE MIDLAND RAILWAY
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Weekly Notices

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Item Number Description Year Location
05614 Issued January 28th 1878 1878 502.01.01
05615 Issued February 25th 1878 1878 502.01.01
05616 Issued March 5th 1882 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Reconstruction of foot-bridge between Derby Passenger Station and the Loco and Stores Departments. 1882 502.01.01
05617 Issued June 5th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05618 Issued June 12th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05619 Issued June 19th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05620 Issued June 19th 1882 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. 1882 502.01.01
05621 Issued June 26th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05622 Issued July 3rd 1882 1882 502.01.01
05623 Issued July 10th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05624 Issued July 13th 1882 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Permanent opening of signal boxes at Monsal Dale Station, Cressbrook Tunnel, and the Oldham Lime Sidings, Miller's Dale. 1882 502.01.01
05625 Issued July 17th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05626 Issued July 24th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05627 Issued July 31st 1882 1882 502.01.01
05628 Issued August 2nd 1882 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Intermediate block telegraph signal posts at Sutton Town Station and Penns Passenger Station. 1882 502.01.01
05629 Issued August 7th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05630 Issued August 11th 1882 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Works between Nuneaton and Stockingford. 1882 502.01.01
05631 Issued August 14th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05632 Issued August 21st 1882 1882 502.01.01
05633 Issued August 28th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05634 Issued August 30th 1882 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Cancellation of instructions in Notice dated August 28th 1882. 1882 502.01.01
05635 Issued September 4th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05636 Issued September 11th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05637 Issued September 18th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05638 Issued September 25th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05639 Issued October 2nd 1882 1882 502.01.01
05640 Issued October 9th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05641 Issued October 16th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05642 Issued October 23rd 1882 1882 502.01.01
05643 Issued October 30th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05644 Issued November 6th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05645 Issued November 11th 1882 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Single line working by pilotman between Nuneaton and Stockingford. 1882 502.01.01
05646 Issued November 13th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05647 Issue November 20th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05648 Issued November 27th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05649 Issued December 4th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05650 Issued December 11th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05651 Issued December 13th 1882 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Arrangements for fog-signalling during fogs and snowstorms. 1882 502.01.01
05652 Issued December 18th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05653 Issued December 26th 1882 1882 502.01.01
05654 Issued December 28th 1882 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Distinguishing of signals not in use. 1882 502.01.01
05655 Issued January 1st 1883 1883 502.01.01
05656 Issued January 8th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05657 Issued January 15th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05658 Issued January 22nd 1883 1883 502.01.01
05659 Issued January 29th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05660 Issued February 5th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05661 Issued February 7th 1883 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Intermediate block telegraph signal posts at Sutton Town Station and Penns Passenger Station. 1883 502.01.01
05662 Issued February 12th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05663 Issued February 19th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05664 Issued February 26th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05665 Issued March 5th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05666 Issued March 12th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05667 Issued March 13th 1883 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Relaying of up main line between Rothwell Haigh and Methley. 1883 502.01.01
05668 Issued March 19th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05669 Issued March 26th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05670 Issued April 2nd 1883 1883 502.01.01
05671 Issued April 9th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05672 Issued April 12th 1883 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Relaying of up main line through Lytton Tunnel. 1883 502.01.01
05673 Issued April 16th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05674 Issued April 23rd 1883 1883 502.01.01
05675 Issued May 7th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05676 Issued May 10th 1883 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Intermediate block telegraph signal posts at Sutton Town Station and Penns Passenger Station. 1883 502.01.01
05677 Issued May 12th 1883 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Working extra traffic at Whit between Romiley Junction and Peak Forest Junction. 1883 502.01.01
05678 Issued May 14th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05679 Issued May 21st 1883 1883 502.01.01
05680 Issued May 28th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05681 Issued June 4th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05682 Issued June 11th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05683 Issued June 18th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05684 Issued June 25th 1883 1883 502.01.01
05685 Issued July 2nd 1883 1883 502.01.02
05686 Issued July 9th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05687 Issued July 16th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05688 Issued July 23rd 1883 1883 502.01.02
05689 Issued August 6th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05690 Issued August 13th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05691 Issued August 20th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05692 Issued August 27th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05693 Issued September 3rd 1883 1883 502.01.02
05694 Issued September 10th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05695 Issued September 17th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05696 Issued September 24th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05697 Issued October 1st 1883 1883 502.01.02
05698 Issued October 8th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05699 Issued October 8th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05700 Issued October 15th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05701 Issued October 22nd 1883 1883 502.01.02
05702 Issued October 29th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05703 Issued November 5th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05704 Issued November 8th 1883 and supplementary to the normal weekly series 1883 502.01.02
05705 Issued November 12th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05706 Issued November 19th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05707 Issued November 22nd 1883 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Changing of single line train staffs and train staff ticket boxes. 1883 502.01.02
05708 Issued December 3rd 1883 1883 502.01.02
05709 Issued December 10th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05710 Issued December 17th 1883 1883 502.01.02
05711 Issued December 22nd 1883 1883 502.01.02
05712 Issued December 31st 1883 1883 502.01.02
05713 Issued January 7th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05714 Issued January 14th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05715 Issued January 21st 1884 1884 502.01.02
05716 Issued January 28th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05717 Issued January 28th 1884 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. New Tunnel between Finchley Road and Haverstock Hill opening 3 February 1884. 1884 502.01.02
05718 Issued February 4th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05719 Issued February 11th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05720 Issued February 18th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05721 Issued February 25th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05722 Issued March 3rd 1884 1884 502.01.02
05723 Issued March 10th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05724 Issued March 17th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05725 Issued March 24th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05726 Issued March 31st 1884 1884 502.01.02
05727 Issued April 7th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05728 Issued April 14th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05729 Issued April 21st 1884 1884 502.01.02
05730 Issued April 28th 1884
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1884 502.01.02
05731 Issued May 5th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05732 Issued May 12th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05733 Issued May 19th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05734 Issued May 26th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05735 Issued May 30th 1884 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Working of extra traffic at Whit 1884 between Romiley Junction and Peak Forest Junction. 1884 502.01.02
05736 Issued June 2nd 1884 1884 502.01.02
05737 Issued June 9th 1884 184 502.01.02
05738 Issued June 16th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05739 Issued June 23rd 1884 1884 502.01.02
05740 Issued June 30th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05741 Issued July 7th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05742 Issued July 14th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05743 Issued July 21st 1884 1884 502.01.02
05744 Issued July 28th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05745 Issued August 4th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05746 Issued August 11th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05747 Issued August 18th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05748 Issued August 23rd 1884 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Opening of the Woodville Branch for passenger traffic and alterations on the Swadlincote and Woodville Branches.
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1884 502.01.02
05749 Issued August 25th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05750 Issued September 1st 1884 1884 502.01.02
05751 Issued September 15th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05752 Issued September 22nd 1884 1884 502.01.02
05753 Issued September 29th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05754 Issued October 6th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05755 Issued October 6th 1884 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Liberal Demonstration at Chatsworth, October 11th, 1884.
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1884 502.01.02
05756 Issued October 13th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05757 Issued October 20th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05758 Issued October 27th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05759 Issued November 3rd 1884 1884 502.01.02
05760 Issued November 10th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05761 Issued November 17th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05762 Issued December 1st 1884 1884 502.01.02
05763 Issued December 8th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05764 Issued December 15th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05765 Issued December 22nd 1884 1884 502.01.02
05766 Issued December 29th 1884 1884 502.01.02
05767 Issued January 5th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05768 Issued January 12th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05769 Issued January 19th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05770 Issued January 26th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05771 Issued February 2nd 1885 1885 502.01.03
05773 Issued February 16th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05774 Issued February 23rd 1885 1885 502.01.03
05775 Issued March 2nd 1885 1885 502.01.03
05776 Issued March 9th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05777 Issued March 16th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05778 Issued March 23rd 1885 1885 502.01.03
05779 Issued March 30th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05780 Issued April 6th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05781 Issued April 13th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05782 Issued April 20th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05783 Issued April 27th 1885 185 502.01.03
05784 Issued May 4th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05785 Issued May 11th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05786 Issued May 18th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05787 Issued May 25th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05788 Issued June 1st 1885 1885 502.01.03
05789 Issued June 8th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05790 Issued June 15th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05791 Issued June 22nd 1885
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1885 502.01.03
05792 Issued June 29th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05793 Issued July 6th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05794 Issued July 13th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05795 Issued July 20th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05796 Issued July 27th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05797 Issued August 3rd 1885 1885 502.01.03
05798 Issued August 10th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05799 Issued August 17th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05800 Issued August 31st 1885 1885 502.01.03
05802 Issued September 14th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05803 Issued September 21st 1885 1885 502.01.03
05804 Issued September 28th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05805 Issued October 5th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05806 Issued October 12th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05807 Issued October 19th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05808 Issued October 26th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05809 Issued November 2nd 1885 1885 502.01.03
05810 Issued November 9th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05812 Issued November 23rd 1885 1885 502.01.03
05813 Issued November 30th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05814 Issued December 7th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05815 Issued December 14th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05816 Issued December 21st 1885 1885 502.01.03
05817 Issued December 28th 1885 1885 502.01.03
05818 Issued January 4th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05819 Issued January 11th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05820 Issued January 18th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05821 Issued January 25th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05822 Issued February 8th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05823 Issued February 15th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05824 Issued February 22nd 1886 1886 502.01.03
05825 Issued March 1st 1886 1886 502.01.03
05826 Issued March 8th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05827 Issued March 15th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05828 Issued March 22nd 1886 1886 502.01.03
05829 Issued March 29th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05830 Issued April 2nd 1886 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Working at Rugby. 1886 502.01.03
05831 Issued April 5th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05832 Issued April 7th 1886 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Engineering work at Duddeston Road. 1886 502.01.03
05833 Issued April 12th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05834 Issued April 19th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05835 Issued April 26th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05836 Issued May 3rd 1886 1886 502.01.03
05837 Issued May 10th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05838 Issued May 12th 1886 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Mansfield Junction, Nottingham and Penns Passenger Station. 1886 502.01.03
05839 Issued May 17th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05840 Issued May 24th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05841 Issued May 31st 1886 1886 502.01.03
05842 Issued June 1st 1886 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Rugby Midland signal box. 1886 502.01.03
05843 Issued June 7th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05844 Issued June 14th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05845 Issued June 21st 1886 1886 502.01.03
05846 Issued June 24th 1886 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Temporary intermediate block signal posts at Sutton Town Station and Penns Passemger Station. 1886 502.01.03
05847 Issued June 28th 1886 1886 502.01.03
05848 Issued June 30th 1886 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Repair of Lander Street Bridge. 1886 502.01.03
05849 Issued July 5th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05850 Issued July 12th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05851 Issued July 19th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05852 Issued July 26th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05853 Issued August 2nd 1886 1886 502.01.04
05854 Issued August 16th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05855 Issued August 23rd 1886 1886 502.01.04
05856 Issued August 30th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05857 Issued September 1st 1886 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Temporary intermediate block telegraph signal posts at Sutton Town Station and Penns Passenger Station. 1886 502.01.04
05858 Issued September 6th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05859 Issued September 13th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05860 Issued September 20th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05861 Issued September 27th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05862 Issued October 4th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05863 Issued October 11th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05864 Issued October 18th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05865 Issued October 25th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05866 Issued November 1st 1886 1886 502.01.04
05867 Issued November 8th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05868 Issued November 15th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05869 Issued November 29th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05870 Issued December 6th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05871 Issued December 13th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05872 Issued December 20th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05873 Issued December 27th 1886 1886 502.01.04
05874 Issued January 3rd 1887 1887 502.01.04
05875 Issued January 10th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05876 Issued January 17th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05877 Issued January 20th 1887 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Night service between Barnt Green and Ashchurch. 1887 502.01.04
05878 Issued January 24th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05879 Issued January 31st 1887 1887 502.01.04
05880 Issued February 2nd 1887 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Engineering work between Matlock Bridge and Darley Dale. 1887 502.01.04
05881 Issued February 7th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05882 Issued February 14th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05883 Issued February 15th 1887 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Penns Passenger Station as intermediate block telegraph signal post. 1887 502.01.04
05884 Issued February 21st 1887 1887 502.01.04
05885 Issued February 28th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05886 Issued March 7th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05887 Issued March 14th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05888 Issued March 21st 1887 1887 502.01.04
05889 Issued March 28th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05890 Issued April 12th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05891 Issued April 18th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05892 Issued April 19th 1887 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Engineering work between Willington and Clay Mills Junction. 1887 502.01.04
05893 Issued April 25th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05894 Issued May 2nd 1887 1887 502.01.04
05895 Issued May 9th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05896 Issued May 10th 1887 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Closure of signal boxes on Sundays etc. 1887 502.01.04
05897 Issued May 16th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05898 Issued May 19th 1887 and supplementary to the normal weekly series. Engineering works at Peak Forest and Chapel-en-le-Frith, New Street Station, Birmingham, and Hunnington. 1887 502.01.04
05899 Issued May 23rd 1887 1887 502.01.04
05900 Issued December 19th 1887 1887 502.01.04
05901 For week ending November 10th, 1888 1888 502.01.04
05902 For week ending December 22nd 1888 1888 502.01.04
05903 For week ending December 29th 1888 1888 502.01.04
05904 For week ending January 26th 1889 1889 502.01.04
05905 Alterations and additions to the Company's Book of Rules and Regulations to come into force February 1st 1893 1893 502.01.04
05906 For week ending June 10th 1899 1899 502.01.04
05907 For week ending December 9th 1899 1899 502.01.04
05908 For week ending August 23rd 1902 1902 502.01.04
05909 For week ending December 5th 1903 1903 502.01.04
05910 For week ending December 12th 1903 1903 502.01.04
05911 Issued April 8th 1908 and supplementary to the normal series. Electrical working of passenger trains between Morecambe and Heysham. 1908 502.01.04
05912 For week ending June 3rd 1911 1911 502.01.04
05913 For week ending June 17th 1911 1911 502.01.04
05914 For week ending June 24th 1911 1911 502.01.04
05915 For week ending July 8th 1911 1911 502.01.04
05916 For week ending October 12th 1912 1912 502.01.05
05917 For week ending March 8th 1913 1913 502.01.05
05918 For week ending October 16th 1920 1920 502.01.05
05919 For week ending October 23rd 1920 1920 502.01.05
05920 For week ending July 16th 1921 1921 502.01.05
05921 For week ending July 23rd 1921 1921 502.01.05
05922 For week ending July 30th 1921 1921 502.01.05
05923 For fortnight ending August 13th 1921 1921 502.01.05
05924 For week ending August 20th 1921 1921 502.01.05
05925 For week ending August 27th 1921 1921 502.01.05
05926 For week ending September 3rd 1921 1921 502.01.05
05927 For week ending September 10th 1921 1921 502.01.05
05928 For week ending September 17th 1921 1921 502.01.05
05929 For week ending September 24th 1921 1921 502.01.05
05930 For week ending October 1st 1921 1921 502.01.05
05931 For week ending October 8th 1921 1921 502.01.05
05932 For week ending October 15th 1921 1921 502.01.05
05933 For week ending October 22nd 1921 1921 502.01.05
05934 For week ending October 29th 1921 1921 502.01.05
05935 For week ending November 5th 1921 1921 502.01.05
05936 For week ending January 21st 1922 1922 502.01.05
05937 For week ending January 28th 1922 1922 502.01.05
05938 For week ending February 4th 1922 1922 502.01.05
05939 For week ending February 11th 1922 1922 502.01.05
05940 For week ending February 18th 1922 1922 502.01.05
05941 For week ending February 25th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05942 For week ending March 4th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05943 For week ending March 11th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05944 For week ending March 18th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05945 For week ending March 25th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05946 For week ending April 1st 1922 1922 502.01.06
05947 For week ending April 8th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05948 For week ending April 15th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05949 For fortnight ending April 29th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05950 For week ending May 6th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05951 For week ending May 13th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05952 For week ending May 20th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05953 For week ending May 27th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05954 For week ending June 3rd 1922 1922 502.01.06
05955 For fortnight ending June 17th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05956 For week ending June 24th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05957 For week ending July 1st 1922 1922 502.01.06
05958 For week ending July 8th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05959 For week ending July 15th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05960 For week ending July 22nd 1922 1922 502.01.06
05961 For week ending July 29th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05962 For week ending August 5th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05963 For week ending August 12yh 1922 1922 502.01.06
05964 For week ending August 19th 1922 1922 502.01.06
05965 For week ending August 26th 1922 1922 502.01.06
13539 Midland Railway: Weekly Notice to Enginedrivers etc.
Week ending 13 May 1893.
1893 502.01.06

Signalling Notices

Item Number Description Year Location
06204 Distant signals: Notice to station-masters, signal-porters, pointsmen and others. The attention of the company's servants is drawn to the great importance of exercsing extreme care in turning on the Distant signals... Four un-numbered paragraphs of instructions. Signed James Allport, General-Manager. Derby, March 1st, 1856. 1856 502.02.01
06205 Signal Repairs: Station-masters, Pointsmen, Gatemen and other Servants of the Company in charge of Signals are informed that in the event of any Distant Signal under their charge becoming defective, or so that it will not work efficiently, a competent man must be selected, provided with the necessary Hand-Signals, and appointed to Signal in lieu of such Back-Signal until it is repaired..... Six un-numbered paragraphs of instructions. Signed James Allport, General-Manager, Derby, April 12th, 1860. 1860 502.02.01
06206 Notice to Drivers and Firemen etc.: Passengers' Cord Communication: Instructions to Guards, Enginemen, and others. The Cord Communication must be applied to all Passenger Trains which travel more than Twenty Miles without stopping.... Ten numbered paragraphs of instructions. Signed by James Allport, General-Manager, Derby, February 1871. 1871 502.02.01
06208 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at the Wigston Central Junction: 12 numbered paragraphs of local instructions, listing the signals and their manner of operation. Signed by James Allport, General-Manager. Derby, August 1871. 1871 502.02.01
06209 Signalling Notice: Code of Telegraph Bell Signals between Rugby, Rugby Wharf, Ullesthorpe, Countesthorpe, and Wigston Station. Three un-numbered paragraphs of instructions and a lit of bell codes. Signed James Allport, General-Manager. Derby, February 1872. 1872 502.02.01
06210 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Pointsman on duty at North Knighton Junction, Leicester. Three un-numbered paragraphs of instructions relating to the signalling of trains toward Cattle Market Sidings on the Down Main Line. Signed James Allport, General-Manager. Derby, March 1872. 1872 502.02.01
06211 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Station Master and Shunters on duty at Burton. Two paragraphs of instructions relating to the use of Two single-armed Semaphores fixed near the Derby end of the Ale Dock. Signed James Allport, General-Manager. Derby, June 1872. (PHOTOCOPY). 1872 502.02.01
06212 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Pointsman on duty at Great Bowden Sidings. Eleven numbered paragraphs relating to the signalling between Great Bowden Sidings and Great Bowden Junction (LNWR line). Signed James Allport, General-Manager. Derby, June 1872. 1872 502.02.01
06213 Signalling Notice: Notice to Signalmen respecting the Signalling of Trains on the Block Telegraph in the the Section in rear of a Section where the Block Telegraph has failed. Two paragraphs of instructions, referring to the Block Telegraph Regulations. Signed James Allport, General-Manager. Derby, November 1876. 1876 502.02.01
06214 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Trent Junction, Trent, respecting the time the Main Line is occupied by Engines Standing at the Water Crane. Two paragraphs of instructions to the effect that each instance of a train standing beyond seven minutes to be reported on forms provided for the purpose. Signed James Allport, General-Manager. Derby, February 1880. 1880 502.02.01
06215 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at the Station Box, Settle, respecting the time the Main Line is occupied by Engines Standing at the Water Crane. Two paragraphs of instructions to the effect that each instance of a train standing beyond five minutes to be reported on forms provided for the purpose. Signed John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, July 1880. 1880 502.02.01
06216 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at the North Junction, Appleby, respecting the time the Main Line is occupied by Engines Standing at the Water Crane. Two paragraphs of instructions to the effect that each instance of a train standing beyond ten minutes to be reported on forms provided for the purpose. Signed John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, August 1880. 1880 502.02.01
06217 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Foreman on duty at the Goods Shed, Leicester. Single paragraph concerning operation of the Disc Signal fixed on the stop block at the North end of the Goods Shed, used for the protection of the Traverser. Signed by John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, February, 1882. (PHOTOCOPY) 1882 502.02.01
06218 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Romiley Junction, with reference to the use of the Electric Bell fixed at Romiley Station. List of bell codes to be signalled to the station staff on the approach of a passenger train booked to call at Romiley Station, to be sent as soon as the Train on Line signal has been received. Signed by William Bradley (M.S. & L. Railway) and E.M.Needham (Midland Railway), February 1882. (PHOTOCOPY) 1882 502.02.01
06219 Notice: Instructions to be observed by the man on duty at the Passenger Station, with reference to the use of the Electric Bell fixed at the Low Level Cab Stand, Burton. List of bell codes to summon a cab (two wheeled - one ring, four wheeled - two rings or first turn vehicle - three rings). Signed by John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, May, 1883. (PHOTOCOPY) 1883 502.02.01
06220 Notice: Instructions to be observed by Station-masters, Pullman Car Conductors, Guards, Porters, Shunters, and others respecting Gangways between Parlour Cars and Dining Room Cars. Nine paragraphs of instructions relating to the use of gangways - including ensuring brake pipes not to be connected across the gangway, safety rails to be secured and the gangway raised prior to leaving the Cars at their destination. Signed by John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, January 1884. 1884 502.02.01
06221 Signalling Notice: The following are the arrangements for Fogsignalling in connection with the Ashby and Nuneaton Joint Line. Four paragraphs of instructions to the effect of; Ashby & Nuneaton Joint Committee responsible for staffing all signals worked from signal boxes on the line (except on the Charnwood Forest Line), as well as signals applicable to trains leaving the line. The Midland would staff signals applicable to trains going onto the line, as would the LNWR. The Charnwood Forest Company to be responsible for providing fog signalmen on the Charnwood Forest line. Signed by John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, July, 1884. 1884 502.02.01
06222 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Clapham Junction, and the Shunter on duty at the Ingleton end of the Goods Sidings, respecting the use of the Telegraph Bell communication between Clapham Junction and the Ingleton end of the Goods Sidings, Clapham. Paragraph of instructions and list of bell codes to allow shunting moves out on to the Down line or clear the Down line for a train to pass. Signed by John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, November, 1884. Pencil note reads "superseded on Signalman's Instructions" (PHOTOCOPY) 1884 502.02.01
06223 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Ashchurch Junction, with reference to the use of the Gong fixed at Ashchurch Station. List of gong codes and when to sound them to alert station staff to the approach of a passenger train. Signed by John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, February, 1885. 1884 502.02.01
06224 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Shustoke, with reference to the use of the Gong fixed at that Station. List of gong codes and when to sound them to alert station staff to the approach of a passenger train. Signed by John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, February, 1885. 1885 502.02.01
06225 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Weston, with reference to the use of the Electric Bell fixed at that Station. List of codes and when to sound them to alert station staff to the approach of a passenger train. Signed by John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, February, 1885. 1885 502.02.01
06226 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Trowell Junction, with reference to the use of the Electric Bell fixed at Trowell Station. List of codes and when to sound them to alert station staff to the approach of a passenger train. Signed by John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, February, 1885. 1885 502.02.01
06227 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Station Box, Bath, with reference to the use of the Gong fixed at that Station. List of gong codes and when to sound them to alert station staff to the approach of a passenger train. Signed by John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, February, 1885. (PHOTOCOPY) 1885 502.02.01
06228 Signalling Notice: Notice to Signalmen, respecting the Signalling of Light Engines on the Block Telegraph. When a Light Engine has been brought to a stand at a Signal Box in consequence of the Signalman being unable to obtain permission from the Signalman at the Box in advance for it to proceed, such Light Engine may be signalled on the Block Telegraph by the prescribed Bell Signal, and on the Dial as a Slow Passenger Train. This Regulation to be carried out from 6.0 a.m. on Monday next, March 2nd. Signed, John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, February 23rd, 1885. 1885 502.02.01
06229 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Bell Busk, with reference to the use of the Bell fixed at that Station. List of codes and when to sound them to alert station staff to the approach of a passenger train. Signed by John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, June, 1886. 1886 502.02.01
06230 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Hucknall Colliery Company's Gateman, respecting the use of the Ground Disc Signal alongside the Line leading from the Midland Up Main Line. Single paragraph relating to the use of a ground disc signal used to give permission for Trains and Engines to pass from the Midland Railway into the sidings. By Order. February, 1887. 1887 502.02.01
06231 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at the Nottingham Passenger Station Signal Box, respecting the Electric Bells and Train Indicators fixed in the Dining and Refreshment Rooms. Electric Bells and Indicators have been provided in the Dining and Refreshment Rooms, for the purpose of enabling you to indicate to the Passengers in those Rooms when Trains are about to start, and the destination of such Trains... Eight paragraphs of instructions relating to the use and failure procedures of such indicators. Signed John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, April, 1887. (PHOTOCOPY) 1887 502.02.01
06232 Notice: Automatic Vacuum Ball-Valve Brake: With reference to the instructions on page 92 of o. 16 Appendix to the Working Time Table, when the release-cord or wire on vehicles fitted with the Ball-valve Brake has to be pulled for the purpose of taking the Brake off, it must always be held by hand until the Brake comes off, and must never be fastened over. Signed John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, June 13th, 1887. 1887 502.02.01
06233 Signalling Notice: Engines running round Trains on Main Line, &c. Two paragraphs of instructions to the effect that a white lamp must be fixed to the leading vehicle of a train which is being run-round between two signal boxes, to enable the Signalman to satisfy it has left the section complete. Signed John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, August, 1887. 1887 502.02.01
06234 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the Testing of the Interlocking of Point and Signal Levers at Signal Boxes. Single paragraph instruction that the signalman shall from time-to-time, and no less frequently than once a week, test the interlocking. Signed John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, August, 1887. 1887 502.02.01
06235 Signalling Notice: Working of Slip Carriages on Trains which are run in more than one portion. Two paragraphs of instructions to the effect that on and from Thursday, September 1st [1887] where a train which conveys Slip Carriages is run in more than one portion, only the Slip Carriages must be conveyed on the first portion and subsequent portions stopped at stations. Signed John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, August, 1887. 1887 502.02.01
06236 Notice to Enginedrivers, Guards, Signalmen, Platelayers, and others - Shunting Signals by Night: Three paragraphs superseding Rule 30 in the Company's Book of Rules and Regulations with effect from 12.0 noon on Sunday, January 1st, 1888. When shunting, a white light waved up and down slowly means "move forward" and from side-to-side means "move backwards". A green light used instead alters the appropriate meaning to "move slowly". A red light, or any light moved violently, in all cases means "stop". Signed John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, December 12th, 1887. 1887 502.02.01
06237 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Booking Clerk on duty at Eckington and Renishaw with reference to the use of the Gong fixed at that Station. Two paragraphs and a list of codes for the use of a Gong to indicate to Porters the Booking Clerk has finished Booking for a Train. Signed John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, March, 1888. 1880 502.02.01
06238 Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Horse drivers on duty at Morecambe. Two numbered paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the permission of the Gateman must be obtained before any Railway Vehicle is allowed to foul the Road Crossing. Signed John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, June, 1890. (PHOTOCOPY) 1880 502.02.01
06239 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Gateman on duty at the Level Crossing near the Midland Hotel, Morcambe. Four numbered paragraphs of instructions to the effect that before any Train, Engine or Railway Vehicle is allowed to foul the Crossing, the Gate on each side must be securely fastened across the Roadway. The Cross-bar Signal provided must be used to regulate the running of Trains and Engines over the Level Crossing. Signed John Noble, General-Manager. Derby, June, 1890. (PHOTOCOPY) 1890 502.02.01
06240 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Bredbury Station with reference to the use of the Bell fixed at the Station. Three paragraphs and a list of four codes for the Signalman to intimate to Station Staff the approach of Passenger Trains booked to stop at Bredbury. Signed R. Haig-Brown M.S.&L. Railway and W. L. Mugliston, Midlland Railway. 1891 502.02.01
06241 Notice to Enginedrivers, Guards, Signalmen, and others concerned. This Notice has three sections: Use of "Section Clear and Station or Junction Blocked" signal - six paragraphs of instructions detailing the procedure which may only be used where absolutely necessary and not, under any circumstances, where it is prohibited by special instructions. Secondly; Lines Worked under the General Regulations for Signalling by Telegraph Bells - one lengthy paragraph again relating to when it is necessary to allow a light engine or train other than a passenger train to enter a section before the "Train out of Section" signal has been received from the Post in advance. Thirdly; Block Telegraph Sections where a second Train or Engine is allowed to enter when another Train or Engine is already in the Section - three paragraphs and a list of locations where this is permissible, all Passenger Station boxes. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, November, 1892. 1892 502.02.01
06242 Notice: Instructions to be observed respecting the locking of the Gates at the Park Road Bridge and Wellington Street, Bingley. Two paragraphs of instructions that the above gates remain locked at night. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, November, 1892. (PHOTOCOPY) 1892 502.02.01
06243 Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Branch Porter at Ashby and the Gateman on duty at the Tamworth Road Crossing, respecting the Gates at the Moira Company's Wharf, Ashby. Two paragraphs of instructions concerning the operation of the above gates. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, December, 1892. Over-writted "Cancelled, to be included in appendix". (PHOTOCOPY) 1892 502.02.01
06244 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Stationmaster at Stonebridge Park. The levers controlling the Signals applicable to the Down Line must always be kept in the ALL RIGHT position, except when the Signals are required to be placed to DANGER for the protection of Trains stopping at the Station, or any other obstruction that may exist on the Line at or near the Station. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, March, 1893. 1893 502.02.01
06245 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Ashton Road and the Foreman, Shunters and Number Takers on duty in the Ashton Road sidings, with reference to the use of the Bell fixed in the Number Takers Office, and worked from the Ashton Road Signal Box. Two paragraphs of instructions and two codes (Telegram Waiting - one ring, To Call Foreman - two rings ). Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, May, 1893. 1893 502.02.01
06246 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Penns Goods Yard. Two numbered paragraphs with barely legible ink amendments. Instructions relate to the working of Distant signal fixed near the Water Orton end of the Passenger Station, intended to repeat the indication of Distant Signal fixed on the Sutton Coldfield side of the Station. Also the Disc Signal fixed in the Box and worked from the Passenger Station. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, May, 1893. (PHOTOCOPY) 1893 502.02.01
06247 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Finedon Road, with reference to the use of the Gong fixed on the Shunter's Cabin in the Empty Wagon Sidings, Wellingboro'. Three paragraphs of instructions and eight gong codes relating to shunting movements. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, July, 1893. 1893 502.02.01
06248 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Gateman on duty at Whittington Road Level Crossing, Sheepbridge. Two numbered paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the Danger signal must always be kept exhibited at all the Signals except when required to be lowered or turned off for a Train or Engine; that the Gates must be kept fastened across the Railway except when required to be opened for a Train or Engine to pass. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, November, 1893. 1893 502.02.01
06249 Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Wagons into or out of the Wagon Shop Repairing and Crippled Wagon Sidings, Brent South Sidings. Four paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the Points leading to the sidings must be kept locked when not in use, staff working in the sidings must be warned that shunting is to take place shunting must be done at slow speed and no fly shunting to take place. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, November, 1893. 1893 502.02.01
06250 Notice: The Gatekeeper on duty at the Brunswick Gates, near the Engineer's Office, Derby will be held responsible for taking care that no Stores or Materials of any kind are taken from the Company's premises through the Brunswick Gates, unless the person in charge of the Materials is in possession of a proper pass-ticket, authorising him to take the articles away, which ticket must be given up to the Gatekeeper as authority for removal of the articles. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, April, 1894. 1894 502.02.01
06251 Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Vehicles into or out of the Midland Carriage and Wagon Shop Sidings, Kentish Town. Four numbered paragraphs instructions to the effect that the Points leading to the sidings must be kept locked when not in use, staff working in the sidings must be warned that shunting is to take place shunting must be done at slow speed and no fly shunting to take place. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, May, 1894. 1894 502.02.01
06252 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at the No.1 Box, Beeston Sidings. Two numbered paragraphs to the effect that the Disc Distant signal fixed in the South Junction Box and worked from this Post must always be kept exhibiting the DANGER signal, except when required to be turned off to give permission for a Train or Engine to enter the sidings, and, that such Trains and Engines will be signalled from the South Junction Box in accordance with the Telegraph Bell Signal Code. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, June, 1894. 1894 502.02.01
06253 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the protection of the Main Line adjacent to Mr. Tottie's Stone Quarries, Bell Busk, when Blasting or other operations are being conducted at the Quarries. Eight numbered of paragraphs detailing the procedures to be employed, including the exchange of a Staff lettered "Bell Busk Quarries, Fire the Shot" and an extract of five paragraphs from Act of Parliament, punishment for breaches of which include Penal Servitude for life. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, August, 1894. 1894 502.02.01
06254 Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to loading and unloading traffic on the Siding alongside Messrs. Stableford's Timber Yard, Leicester. Four paragraphs of instructions to the effect that when traffic is being loaded or unloaded into any Railway vehicle on the siding alongside Messrs. Stableford's Timber Yard, the man appointed for the purpose by the Goods Agent at Leicester must, after making arrangements with the Shunter in charge of the Up Marshaling Sidings, lock the Swing Scotch Block across No.8 Up Marshaling Siding to prevent wagons being shunted on that portion of siding alongside Messrs. Stableford's Timber Yard.... Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, January, 1895. 1895 502.02.01
06255 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Radlett, with reference to the use of the Bell fixed at Radlett Station. Three paragraphs of instructions and six codes for use in informing Station Staff of the approach of a Passenger Train. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, June, 1895. 1895 502.02.01
06256 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the Taking of Vehicles into or out of the Siding leading to the Anglo-American Oil Company's Depot and Lindley's Stone Yard, Mansfield. Four paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the Points leading into the above sidings to be kept locked open for the Coal Yard Sidings, unless shunting is taking place, during which time a competent person must prevent Road Vehicles being taken across or foul of the siding. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, August, 1895. 1895 502.02.01
06257 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed respecting the working of Traffic to and from Boothorpe Sidings, Woodville. Fourteen paragraphs to come into effect on Sunday, August 16th, 1896 respecting the block working arrangements over the single line between Woodville Goods Junction, Boothorpe and Woodville Passenger Station, including occasions when the latter Box is closed. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, August, 1896. 1896 502.02.01
06258 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Vehicles into or out of Bass's Siding alongside the Goods Shed, Ancoats Goods Yard, Manchester. Four paragraphs of instructions to the effect that unless shunting is taking place the Points leading to Bass's Siding alongside the Good Shed are to be kept locked open toward the short siding alongside Bass's Siding and that when shunting is taking place a competent person must be in attendance. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, September, 1896. 1896 502.02.01
06259 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at the South Junction, Syston, with reference to the use of the Bell fixed at Syston Station. Three paragraphs of instructions and six bell codes to inform station staff of the approach of Passenger Trains. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, October, 1896. 1896 502.02.01
06260 Instructions to be observed by Clerks, Signalmen, Porters, and others at Belper respecting Vehicles to be attached to Passenger Trains at the Goods Stations. Five numbered paragraphs of instructions to the effect that in such circumstance the Signalman must use his Signals to stop a Down train. In the case of an Up Train, however, he must inform the Booking Clerk at Belper Passenger Station who must then issue written instructions to stop at the Goods Station to the Driver and Guard of the Train concerned, the Signalman should then clear his signals as normal. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, May, 1897. 1897 502.02.01
06261 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Gateman on duty at the Aldecar Level Crossing, Beggarlee Branch, Langley Mill. Two numbered paragraphs to the effect that the DANGER signal must be kept exhibited except when required to be lowered for a Train or Engine to pass and the runaway Points must be kept open to prevent vehicles running over the Crossing, except when required to be open for the Main Line to allow a Train or Engine to pass. Not signed, ends By Order. September, 1897. 1897 502.02.01
06262 Notice: Instructions to be observed respecting the working of the Lift in connection with the Ale Stores at St. Pancras Passenger Station. Four numbered paragraphs of instructions; the Lift to be kept lowered when not in use, wheel scotches (made plural by handwritten amendment) to be kept locked across the Lift Siding except when required for vehicles to pass between the Lift and the Siding and permission to be obtained from the Yard Inspector or Foreman before shunting operations commence. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, March, 1898. 1898 502.02.01
06263 Notice: Instructions to be observed respecting the Working of Traffic to or from Hardy's Brewery Sidings, Kimberley. Five numbered paragraphs of instructions, to the effect that no Midland engine may pass to the west side of the public road, instead sufficient number of wagons must be used to place the required vehicles in the siding without the Engine crossing the Public Road. A swing scotch block is fixed over the rails on the east side of the Public Road Level Crossing, the key to which is kept in the Kimberley East Signal Box. Also, as the Sidings leading to and in connection with Hardy's Brewery are on a heavy falling gradient toward the Midland Main Lines, all Wagons left standing in the Sidings must be placed well clear of the Public Road and properly secured. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, April, 1898. 1898 502.02.01
06264 Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Foreman at the Centre of Toton Sidings, Up Side. Single paragraph instruction; The Single-armed Signal fixed near the Offices must be used to Signal the Shunting Engine when pushing Wagons from the Bank Lines into the Sorting Sidings, and for no other purpose. It must always be kept exhibiting the "DANGER" Signal, except when required to be lowered as above directed. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, February, 1899. 1899 502.02.01
06265 Notice: Instructions to be observed respecting the Working of Traffic to or from the Long Eaton Gas Company's Works, Toton South Junction. Six numbered paragraphs of instructions to the effect that two men from the Long Eaton Gas Company must be present during such movements and that they must fasten a chain provided for the purpose across Nottingham Road on the West side of the siding, as well as other provisions concerning the protection of the movement. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, March, 1899. 1899 502.02.01
06266 Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Shunters on duty at Kentish Town Passenger Station. Three numbered paragraphs of instructions relating to the meaning of a pair of Disc Signals worked from Kentish Town Junction Signal Box and their application to shunting movements. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, April, 1899. 1899 502.02.01
06267 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Saltley Junction and the Foreman and Shunters on duty at the Duddesden Sidings respecting the use of the Telegraph Bell communication between Saltley Junction and the Duddesden Sidings. Two paragraphs of instructions and two sets of bell codes (box to sidings and vice versa) relative to shunting and the destinations of departing trains. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, September, 1899. 1899 502.02.01
06268 Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Shunters on duty at the Down Marshalling Sidings, Kirkby. Single paragraph instruction: The Disc Signal fixed in the Kirkby Colliery Sidings Signal Box, and worked from the Down Marshalling Sidings, must always be kept exhibiting the Danger signal, except when required to be turned off to allow a Train or Engine to enter the Sidings, and before it is turned off, care must be taken to ascertain that the Line on which the Train or Engine requiring to enter the Sidings is about to run is clear. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, October, 1899. 1899 502.02.01
06269 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Ashchurch Junction, with reference to the use of the Gong fixed near the Cheltenham end of the Down Sidings, Ashchurch. Three paragraphs and two codes to allow the Signalman to intimate to Staff in the Down Sidings of the approach of a Down train. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, January, 1901. 1901 502.02.01
06270 Signalling Notice: Dial Signals for Train Signalling by Block Telegraph System: From Beeston Sidings South Junction to Beeston Sidings North Junction on Down Passenger Line. Ten dial indications which came into force at 1.0 a.m. on Monday, April 1st, 1901. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, March, 1901. 1901 502.02.01
06271 Signalling Notice: Dial Signals for Train Signalling by Block Telegraph System: From Lenton South Junction to Beeston Sidings North Junction on Up Passenger Line. Six dial indications which came into force at 1.0 a.m. on Monday, April 1st, 1901. Signed Geo. H. Turner, General Manager. Derby, March, 1901. 1901 502.02.01
06272 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Upper Holloway, with reference to the use of the Bell fixed at that Station. This Bell has been provided to enable you to call the Stationmaster or a Porter, and to intimate to the Station Staff the approach of Passenger Trains booked to stop at Upper Holloway... four bell codes, those for the approach of trains to be rung as the "Train entering Section" signal has been received. By Order. (unsigned) July, 1901. 1901 502.02.01
06273 Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the protection of the Main Line adjacent to the Broughton Quarries Company's Stone Quarry, Gargrave, when Blasting or other operations are being conducted at the Quarries. Seven numbered of paragraphs detailing the procedures to be employed, including advising the Signalman on duty at Delaney's Sidings Signal Box and the exchange of a Staff lettered "Delaney's Siding, Fire the Shot" and an extract of five paragraphs from Act of Parliament, punishment for breaches of which include Penal Servitude for life. Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, September, 1901. (PHOTOCOPY) 1901 502.02.01
06274 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the use of Bell Communication between East Langton Station Signal Box and East Langton Station. Two paragraphs of instructions and series of bell codes to be exchanged relating to the approach of Passenger Trains and, to be rung by the Station Staff to the Signal Box, requests for the opening or closing of the Up Siding Points near the North end of the Up Platform. Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, February, 1902. (PHOTOCOPY) 1902 502.02.01
06275 Signalling Notice: Codes of Telegraph Bell Signals between Leicester Junction and Leicester Junction Sidings, Burton. Two paragraphs of instructions and list of Bell Codes. Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, April, 1902. (PHOTOCOPY) 1902 502.02.01
06276 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Somers Town Goods Yard Signal Box and the Shunters on duty in the Somers Town Goods Depot and at the Fish and Milk Dock, respecting the use of the Gong fixed near the Somers Town Goods Yard Signal Box. Three paragraphs of instructions and Gong Signal Code to be sounded to intimate when a Train or Engine requires to enter the Goods Depot of the Fish and Milk Dock Lines, as soon as the Bell Signal has been received from St. Pancras Junction. Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, June, 1902. 1902 502.02.01
06277 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Codnor Park Station Junction, with reference to the use of the Bell fixed at Codnor Park Station. Two paragraphs of instructions and series of Bell Codes to intimate to Station Staff the approach of Passenger Trains booked to stop at Codnor Park, to be rung as soon as the "Is Line Clear"? signal has been received for Up Trains and the "Train entering Section" signal for Down Trains. Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, September, 1902. 1902 502.02.01
06278 Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Vehicles into or out of the Wagon Repairing Siding at Kirkby Up Marshalling Sidings. Four paragraphs of instructions to the effect that except when required to be used for shunting purposes, the points leading into the Wagon Repairing Siding must always be kept locked with bolts and locks provided for the purpose, to prevent Vehicles being shunted into the Siding. The keys of the points ... must be kept in the Shunter's Cabin in the Up Sidings. Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, October, 1902. 1902 502.02.01
06279 Signalling Notice: Special Bell Signals for Train Signalling by Block Telegraph System. From New Mills South Junction and Intermediate Block Telegraph Signal Boxes to Chinley Station South Junction on the Up Lines only. Commencing at 1.0 p.m. on Sunday, August 16th, the following "Is Line Clear?" Bell Signals must be used... codes differentiate between Express or Slow trains for Cheadle Heath or Marple. Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, August, 1903. 1903 502.02.01
06280 Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Foreman and Shunters on duty at the Duddesden Sidings, Saltley. Three numbered paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the Disc Signal fixed in the Saltley Junction Signal Box and worked from the Duddesden Sidings must always be kept exhibiting the Danger signal, except when required to be turned off to allow a Train or Engine to enter the Sidings. The single-armed Signal regulating the running of the Birmingham Corporation Gas Department Engines from the Nechells Gas Works Sidings into the Duddesden Sidings (unless required etc.) Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, January, 1904. 1904 502.02.01
06281 Notice: Instructions to be observed respecting the use of the Electric Bells on Nos. 3 and 4 Platforms, worked by Plungers at the front of the Station, and in the Cloak Room, Nottingham. These Bells have been provided for the purpose of intimating to the Platform Staff when a Porter is required a the front of the Station (One Ring) or in the Cloak Room (two rings). Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, January, 1904. (PHOTOCOPY) 1904 502.02.01
06282 Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Booking Clerk on duty with reference to the use of the Electric Bell fixed on the Platform, Cricklewood. This Bell has been provided to enable you to call the Station Master (6 rings) or a Porter (5 rings)... Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, October, 1904. 1904 502.02.01
06283 Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Wagons into or out of the Crippled Wagon Siding at Ashton Road Sidings, Manchester. Four numbered paragraphs of instructions to the effect that except when required to be used for shunting purposes, the Points leading into the Crippled Wagon Siding must always be kept locked open for No.13 Siding with the bolt and lock provided for the purpose, to prevent Vehicles being shunted into the Siding. The keys of the points ... must be kept in the Foreman's Office. Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, April, 1905. 1905 502.02.01
06284 Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Booking Clerk on duty with reference to the use of the Electric Bell fixed near the Porter's Room on No.2 Platform, Kentish Town. This Bell has been provided to enable you to call the Station Inspector ( 2 beats), a Platform Porter (1 beat) or a Parcels Porter 3 beats)... Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, May, 1905. 1905 502.02.01
06285 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Foreman and Shunters on duty in the Walsall Goods Yard, and the Signalman on duty at the Walsall Goods Yard Signal Box, respecting the locking of the Points leading from the Arrival Line to the Centre Siding. Instruction to the effect that except when required to be used for shunting purposes, the Points between the Arrival Line to the Centre Siding must always be kept locked with the bolt and lock provided for the purpose. The key must be kept in the the Walsall Goods Yard Signal Box. Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, July, 1905. 1905 502.02.01
06286 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Blackwell, with reference to the use of the Bells fixed in the Booking Office and on the Breaksman's Cabin at Blackwell Station. These bells, which are worked by one plunger have been provided to enable you to call the Station master or a Porter, and to intimate to the Breaksmen and to the Station Staff the approach of Trains and Engines... four codes which must be rung to intimate the approach of Trains and Engines as soon as the "Is Line Clear?" signal has been received. Signed John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, February, 1906. 1906 502.02.01
06287 Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman and Shunters on duty at Upper Holloway, respecting the use of the Bell fixed near the Shunter's Cabin, and worked from the Signal Box. This Bell has been provided to enable you to intimate to the Shunters in the Sidings when it is necessary to clear the Main Line for other Trains to pass.... three codes. (unsigned) By Order. February, 1906. 1906 502.02.01
06288 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Butlin's Sidings and the Station-master at Cranford, with reference to the Telegraph Bell communication between the Butlin's Sidings Signal Box and the Cranford Station-master's House. Five paragraphs of instructions to the effect that should the Signalman require to speak with the Station-master during the night, the Call Signal shall be one ring of the Bell. On receipt of the Call Signal, the Station-master must proceed to the Telephone in the Station Booking Office and ascertain for what purpose he has been called. Signed, John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, March, 1906. 1906 502.02.01
06289 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Miller's Dale Station Box with reference to the use of the Electric Bell fixed at that Station. Three paragraphs of instructions and five bell codes used to intimate to Station Staff the approach of a Passenger Train booked to stop at Miller's Dale and to be sent as the "Is Line Clear?" signal is received. Signed, John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, April, 1906. 1906 502.02.01
06290 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Clapham Junction and the Shunter on duty at the Ingleton end of the Goods Sidings, respecting the use of the Telephonic Communication between the Signal Box and the Stage at the Ingleton end of the Good Siding. The Telephonic Communication between the Signal Box and the Stage at the Ingleton end of the Goods Sidings, is provided on the Bell Circuit, and therefore when the Telephone Circuit is in use the Bell Circuit is out of use; when the Bell Circuit is in use the Telephone Circuit is out of use.
When the Telephone Circuit is not being used, the Ear-piece and Transmitter must be kept on the hooks provided for the purpose, in order that the Bell Circuit may be in use.
Care must be taken that the hooks on which the Ear pieces and Transmitters are placed are not moved, except when the Ear-pieces and Transmitters are being placed upon or taken off them. If the hooks are so moved, the Bell and Telephonic communication will be destroyed. Care must also be taken to place the Ear-pieces and Transmitters on the hooks placed on the same side of the Instrument to which the Ear-pieces and Transmitters are attached.
When the Telephone is required to be used Two Beats must be given on the Bell, which must be acknowledged by a corresponding number of beat being given in reply. The Ear-piece and Transmitter must then be removed from the hooks until the conversation is ended, when they must be replaced on the hooks.
The Telephonic communication has been provided to afford ready means of communicating information as to the working of the traffic. It must not, under any circumstances, be used to supersede, or in any way interfere with the Instructions respecting the use of the Electrical or Mechanical Signals. Signed, John Mathieson, General Manager. Derby, May, 1906.
1906 502.02.01
06291 Signalling Notice: Dial Signals for Train Signalling by Block Telegraph System. From Alfreton Station to Coates Park North Box on the Up Passenger and Up Goods Lines, and from Coates Park North Box to Coates Park South Box on the Up Passenger Line, when the Coates Park North Box is open. From Alfreton Station to Pye Bridge Junction on the Up Passenger line, when the Coates Park North and South Boxes are closed. From Upper Portland Sidings to Pinxton Station and Sleight's Sidings East Box, on Up Main Line only. Eight codes, including routing to Langley Mill, Ambergate, Alfreton or Pinxton and the Great Northern Railway.
From Coates Park South Box to Pye Bridge Junction on the Up Passenger Line, and from Sleight's Sidings East Box to Sleight's Sidings West Box and Pye Bridge Junction on the Up Main Line. Twelve codes, routing as above. Signed, W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, June, 1907.
1907 502.02.01
06292 Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the use of the Gong fixed near the entrance to the Goods Yard, Ancoates. This Gong has been provided to enable the Signalman on duty at Palmerstone Road Bridge, Ancoates, to intimate to the Goods Yard Staff when Trains and Engines require to enter the Goods Yard... Six codes, including information that a Train is approaching from Ashton Road. Signed, W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, June, 1907. 1907 502.02.01
06293 Other Notice to Staff: Special Instructions to be observed respecting the Electrification of the line between Heysham, Morecambe and Lancaster. Seventeen paragraphs of instructions to come into force at 4.0 a.m. on Monday, April 13th [1908]. In connection with the working of electric trains, wires have been erected over the up and down main lines between Heysham and Morecambe Passenger Stations, over the up and down main lines between Torrisholme Junction Nos. 1 and 2 Signal Boxes, over Nos. 3 and 4 platform lines, the siding between Nos. 2 and 3 platform lines, and the two sidings alongside No. 4 platform line at Morecambe Passenger Station, and over the up and down platform lines at Heysham Passenger Station. Wires are also in the course of erection over the up and down main lines between Morecambe Passenger Station and the Wennington end of Lancaster Station. Wires will also be erected over some of the sidings at Lancaster and over the Castle Branch, of which due notice will be given. Signed W. Guy Granet, General Manager, Derby, April, 1908. Handwritten note at top right; Handed to me by Mr. Spicer 19.9.08. 1908 502.02.01
06294 Signalling Notice: Headed Furness and Midland Railway. Instructions to be observed by the Station Master or Person in charge at Melling. During the time that Melling Station Signal Box is closed and the Block Telegraph Circuits are switched through, the Home and Distant Signals worked from the Signal Box must be placed to Danger for the protection of Trains stopping at the Station. During the time the Block Telegraph Circuits are switched through, a Train, Engine or Vehicle must not be allowed to pass between the Main Lines and the Siding or between one Main Line and the other. By Order. Derby, December, 1908. 1908 502.02.01
06295 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Widnes Station Box, with reference to the use of the Bell fixed at Widnes Station. Three paragraphs of instructions and four bell codes to intimate to Station Staff the approach of Passenger Trains. By Order (unsigned). February 1909. 1909 502.02.01
06296 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Long Eaton, with reference to the use of the Bell fixed at that Station. Three paragraphs and four bell codes used to intimate to Station Staff the approach of Passenger Trains booked to stop at Long Eaton, and the passage of Express Passenger Trains or Express Goods Trains when they are passing Toton South Junction on the Up line or South Erewash Junction on the Down line. Derby, April 1909. 1909 502.02.01
06297 Other Notice to Staff: Special Instructions to be observed respecting the Electrification of the line between Heysham, Morecambe and Lancaster. Thirty numbered paragraphs of instructions. In connection with the working of electric trains, wires have been erected over the up and down main lines between Heysham and Morecambe Passenger Stations, between Morecambe Passenger Station and a point a short distance on the Holton side of Lancaster South Signal Box, and between Torrisholme Junction Nos. 1 and 2 Signal Boxes, over the main line of the Castle Branch, over Nos. 3 and 4 platform lines, the siding between Nos. 2 and 3 platform lines, and the two sidings alongside No. 4 platform line at Morecambe Passenger Station, and over No. 1 and 2 platform lines at Heysham Passenger Station, over the up bay platform at Green Ayre Station, Lancaster (Midland), over No.1 platform line and the loop siding alongside the Castle Branch at the Castle Station, Lancaster (L. & N. W.). Signed W. Guy Granet, General Manager, Derby, July, 1909. 1909 502.02.01
06298 Signalling Notice: St. Ann's Road Station Signal Box. Notice to Signalmen, Station Staff, and others concerned.
During the time the Signal Box is switched out, the Down or Up Home and Distant signals, as the case may be, must be placed at Danger on arrival of a stopping train, and so maintained until 2 minutes after the train has left, when the Home and Distant signals are again to be placed at "All Right". To enable this arrangement to be carried out, a two Lever Locking Frame is provided on the Down Platform and also the Up Platform; one Lever working a slot on the Distant Signal, and the other Lever a Slot on the Home signal. The small Locking Frames have been fenced in, and the Gate in each case must be kept locked, except when the Locking Frame is required for use. The instructions... respecting Signals fixed near to one Signal Box and worked from another Signal Box being repeated when at Danger, do not apply to the Distant Signals fixed near the St. Ann's Road Station Signal Box, and worked from South Tottenham Station Junction and Harringay Park. By Order (unsigned). January 29th, 1910.
1910 502.02.01
06299 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Wisbech West Junction and the Shunter on duty at the Centre of Wisbech Sidings, Peterbro', respecting the use of the Disc Signal fixed in the Wisbech West Junction Signal Box and worked from the Centre of the Sidings. The Disc Signal fixed in the Wisbech West Junction Signal Box, and worked from the Centre of the Sidings, must always be kept in the "On" position, except when required to be turned to the "Off" position to give permission for a Train to enter the Sidings at Wisbech West Junction. This signal is worked by the Shunters from the Centre of Wisbech Sidings, and when it is in the "On" position the Signalman at Wisbech West Junction must not allow a Train to enter the Sidings at his Post. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, February, 1910. 1910 502.02.01
06300 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Stonehouse, with reference to the Bell fixed at that Station. Three paragraphs of instructions and five bell codes to be used the Signalman to call the Stationmaster or a Porter and to intimate to station staff the approach of a Passenger Train from Bristol or Gloucester as soon as the "Train entering Section" signal has been received and of Passenger Trains from Nailsworth, as soon as they are seen approaching. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, July, 1910. An amendment has been made in copperplate ink handwriting, deleting "From Bristol and Gloucester" and the reference to the Nailsworth branch, with the date amended to August 1920. 1910 502.02.01
06301 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman and Shunter on duty at Hayfield. The Gong fixed near the Signal Box at Hayfield, and worked from the Station Platform, has been provided to enable the Signalman to be advised when the Points giving communication between the Platform Line and the second Line from the Platform are required to be worked during Shunting operations, and it must be used as under:- Unbolt Points... One Beat. Bolt Points... Two Beats. Shunting Completed... Three Beats. By Order. July 1910. 1910 502.02.01
06302 Signalling Notice: Code of Telegraph Bell Signals from the Wigston Engine Shed Departure Line to the Wigston Up Sidings Signal Box. Two paragraphs of instructions and seven bell codes allowing the Drivers of Engines leaving the Engine Shed to ring from the Departure Line Home Signal to advise of their destination; Up or Down Sidings, Blaby Sidings or Kibworth. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, August, 1910 1910 502.02.01
06303 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Gateman on duty at Slack's Crossing, Hayfield. Your Down Distant Signal and the Controls on your Up Distant and Home Signals and the Hayfield Down Starting Signal must always be kept in the All Right position, except when required to be placed in the Danger position for the protection of the Crossing or of any obstruction that may exist on the Line at or near your Post. By Order. December, 1910. 1910 502.02.01
06304 Signalling Notice: Instruction to be observed by the Gateman on Duty at Wyld's Crossing, the Stationmaster at Birch Vale, and the Gateman at Slack's Crossing, respecting the use of the Train Indicators fixed at Wyld's Crossing, Birch Vale Station, and Slack's Crossing, and worked from the New Mills Tunnel End, and Hayfield Signal Boxes. Three paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the withdrawal of a token from the instrument at either signal box will cause an indicator at the three above mentioned places to change to "Up Train in Section" or "Down Train in Section" as the case may be, and remain so until such time at the Train out of Section signal is sent when the indicators will return to the vertical or normal position and the word "In" in the indicators will be replaced by a white disc. By Order. December, 1910. 1910 502.02.01
06305 Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at the Oakham Station Level Crossing, and the Gateman on duty at Braunston Road Crossing, with reference to the protection of the Braunston Road Crossing. Eight numbered paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the level crossing gates at Braunston Road Crossing must be kept closed across the roadway unless required to be used. The Gateman asks permission by turning a Disc indicator in Oakham Station Signal Box to On. Permission to open the gates is given by the Signalman by unbolting the lever at the crossing that bolts the gates, an indicator lettered "Gates Unbolted". When the gates are once again closed and bolted by the lever at the crossing, the Gateman turns the Disc in the Signal Box to Off which is acknowledged by the Signalman bolting the lever at the crossing and the indicators returning to "Gates Bolted". W.Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, October, 1912. 1912 502.02.01
06306 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Bredbury Station. Four numbered paragraphs to the effect that the Down Main Line at Bredbury Station is Track-circuited from a point 100 yards on the Romiley Junction side of your Down Main Line Home Signal to a point 10 yards on the Bredbury Station side of that signal. An Electric Indicator will show "Occupied" or "Clear" and the Down Main Line Block Instrument will be locked in or go to the Train on Line position when the Track Circuit is Occupied. During failure of the Track Circuit a competent man must be appointed to advise when the Line is clear and the Down Main Line Distant Signal must be disconnected from its lever until the defect is made good. By Order. November, 1912. "(G.C & M. 205)" 1912 502.02.01
06307 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Shunter on duty at the entrance to the Ancoats Goods Yard. The small Disc Signal fixed in Palmerstone Road Bridge Signal Box, and worked from the Shunter's Cabin, must always be kept exhibiting the DANGER signal, except when required to be turned off to allow a Train or Engine to enter the Goods Yard, and before it is turned off care must be taken to ascertain that the Line on which the Train or Engine to be signalled forward is about to run is clear. W.Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, November, 1912. (Reprint - June, 1881). 1912 502.02.01
06308 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by Inspectors, Signalmen, Signal-fitters, Telegraph Linemen, Platelayers, and others, respecting the Opening of the Bromford Bridge North and South Signal Boxes. Three long paragraphs of instructions to the effect that whenever the above Signal Boxes are to be opened in connection with the working of traffic to and from the Racecourse Station and they have not been opened the previous day (and anyway if the previous day was a Sunday) they must be opened two hours prior to any traffic is required to be worked into the Station or Horse-dock Siding to allow the Signal-fitters and Telegraph Lineman to test and inspect all the equipment. Until the Signal-fitter in charge of the work has signed the Train Register Book to the effect everything is in order, the Signalman must obtain Line Clear from the Box in Advance before giving Line Clear to the Box in rear for a Train or Engine to approach. In the event of any failure of the Block Telegraph, in addition to carrying out the instructions contained in Rule 25 of the Block Telegraph Regulations, the Signalmen at Castle Bromwich Junction and Washwood Heath Junction must stop each train and advise the Driver that Bromford Bridge North and South Signal Boxes are open. W.Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, March, 1913. Notice bears purple ink stamp: "Midland Railway - Chief Engineer's Office 13 MAR 1913" 1913 502.02.01
06309 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Brook Street Crossing, Guild Street Branch, Burton. The Indicator fixed in the Guild Street No.1 Signal Box, and worked from your Post, must always be kept in the "Off" position, except when required to be placed in the "On" position for the protection of Trains and Engines performing shunting operations at Hodge's Siding. W.Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, April, 1913. 1913 502.02.01
06310 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Colne North Box and the Shunter on duty at the Up Exchange Sidings, respecting the use of the Telegraph Bell communication between Colne North Box and the Up Exchange Sidings. One paragraph and series of bell codes used in connection with shunting and to advise when Trains ready to depart. Codes include differentiation between Midland and L. & Y. Engines. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, April, 1913. 1913 502.02.01
06311 Regulations for working the Swannington Incline. Twenty paragraphs of instructions, primarily relating to safety, concerning the working of the Incline. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, January, 1914. (Reprint, December, 1896). Red line through notice and red pencil mark "Cancelled". 1914 502.02.01
06312 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Station-master and Signalman on duty at Radlett. Vehicles must not be detached from the rear of a Passenger Train during the time it is standing at the Down Fast or Down Slow Line Platform. Instead they must be brought to a stand so that the vehicles are north of the Horse and Carriage Dock siding in the case of the Down Main Line and north of the Crossover Road between the Up and Down Slow Lines in the latter case. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, January, 1914. 1914 502.02.01
06313 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on Duty at Shipley Gate and the Platelayer residing near the Shipley Gate Down Distant Signals with reference to the Telegraph Bell communication between the Shipley Gate Signal Box and the Platelayer's house. Three paragraphs of instructions and five bell codes (including "Call Attention" as "One Long Ring") to enable the Signalman to call out the Platelayer to a defect at his Box or at Bennerley Junction Box, or as a Fogsignalman. The Bell to be tested each evening. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, January, 1914. 1914 502.02.01
06314 Other Notice to Staff: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Wagons into or out of the Siding used for repairing Crippled Wagons, Leicester Up Sidings. Four paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the points must be normally kept locked to prevent Wagons being shunted into the siding and the key kept in the Sidings Inspectors' Cabin. In addition shunting must be done at slow speed and warnings given to all persons concerned. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, April, 1914. 1914 502.02.01
06315 Other Notice to Staff: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Wagons into or out of the Siding used for repairing Crippled Wagons, Whittington Road Crossing, Sheepbridge Branch. Four paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the points must be normally kept locked to prevent Wagons being shunted into the siding and the key kept in the Shunters' Cabin. In addition shunting must be done at slow speed and warnings given to all persons concerned. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, June, 1914. 1914 502.02.01
06316 Other Notice to Staff: Instructions to be observed by the Sidings Inspector and Shunter on duty at Humberstone Road Sidings. Four sub-divisions each ruled-off from the other. Instructions respecting the Locking of Points leading to the Empties Sidings. Except when required for loading or unloading purposes the Points to be kept unlocked so that Shunting may take place, when loading or unloading is taking place, the Points must be locked open for No.12 Sidings with the Bolt and Lock provided for the purpose. Instructions respecting the working of traffic into and out of the Incline Siding. The Points to be kept locked closed except when required for Traffic purposes. Instructions respecting the working of the levers at the Ground Frame. The Danger signal must be kept exhibited at all the Signals except when required to be turned off for Trains or engines to pass. The approach of Trains and Engines will be signaled by the Signalman at Humberstone Road Sidings Box by Telegraph Bells. Permission from the Shunter for a Train or Engine to approach to be given by the taking off of a Disc Signal at the Signal Box worked from the Sidings. Instructions respecting the working of traffic into and out of Richards' Siding. The Safety Points in this siding must be kept locked open to prevent any vehicle running onto the Siding alongside the Down Passenger Line, the key to be kept in Humberstone Road Junction Signal Box. Instructions respecting the working of traffic into and out of the Norton Company's Siding (this section struck out). Safety points to be kept locked open and the key kept in Humberstone Road Junction Signal Box. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, August, 1914. 1914` 502.02.01
06317 Other Notice to Staff: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Wagons into or out of the Siding used for repairing Crippled Wagons, Normanton North Sidings. Four paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the points must be normally kept locked to prevent Wagons being shunted into the siding and the key kept in the Sidings Inspector's Cabin. In addition shunting must be done at slow speed and warnings given to all persons concerned. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, August, 1914. 1914 502.02.01
06318 Other Notice to Staff: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Wagons into or out of the Siding used for repairing Crippled Wagons, Branston Sidings, Burton. Four paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the points must be normally kept locked to prevent Wagons being shunted into the siding and the key kept in the Sidings Inspector's Cabin. In addition shunting must be done at slow speed and warnings given to all persons concerned. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, May, 1915. 1915 502.02.01
06319 Other Notice to Staff: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Wagons into or out of the Siding used for repairing Crippled Wagons, Skipton Up Sidings. Five paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the points must be normally kept locked to prevent Wagons being shunted into the siding and the key kept in the Sidings Inspector's Cabin. There are separate sidings for Midland crippled wagons and Private Owner crippled wagons. In addition shunting must be done at slow speed and warnings given to all persons concerned. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, August, 1915. 1915 502.02.01
06320 Other Notice to Staff: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Wagons into or out of No.1 Siding in the Brent Up Siding used for repairing Private Owners' Crippled Wagons. Four paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the points must be normally kept locked to prevent Wagons being shunted into the siding and the key kept in the Sidings Inspector's Cabin. In addition shunting must be done at slow speed and warnings given to all persons concerned. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, September, 1915. 1915 502.02.01
06321 Other Notice to Staff: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Wagons into or out of the Sidings used for repairing Private Owners' Crippled Wagons on the Down Side of the Line at Brent. Five paragraphs of instructions to the effect that the points must be normally kept locked to prevent Wagons being shunted into the sidings and the key kept in the Sidings Inspector's Cabin. Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 Sidings used for Private Owners' Empty Crippled Wagons and Nos. 13, 14, and 15 Sidings used for Private Owners' Loaded Crippled Wagons. In addition shunting must be done at slow speed and warnings given to all persons concerned. W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, September, 1915. 1915 502.02.01
06322 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalmen on duty at Kimberley West, Kimberley East, and Watnall Junction , respecting the working of Traffic during Foggy Weather and during Falling Snow. Three paragraphs of instructions to the effect that Fogsignalmen were not employed at these boxes. Instead 'double blocking' applied with the additional safeguard that the Signalman also had to place two detonators on the rail at his Signal Box. Signed W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, October, 1915. 1915 502.02.01
06323 Other Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Shunter on duty at the Empty Wagon Sidings, Wellingbro'. Single paragraph to the effect that the small Disc Signal fixed in the Finedon Road Signal Box, and worked by the Shunter to be kept at Danger unless required to be turned off to allow a Train or Engine to enter the Sidings. Signed W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, March, 1916. (Reprint, July 1880). 1916 502.02.01
06324 Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the use of the Bell Communication between the Shunter's Cabin at New Zealand Sidings and the Railway Clearing House Numbertaker's Office, near the North Junction Signal Box, Normanton. Three paragraphs of instructions amounting to Bell Codes for Train arriving and Train about to leave New Zealand Sidings. Signed W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, March, 1916. 1916 502.02.01
06325 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Station Staff at St. Pancras and the Signalman on duty at St. Pancras Station Signal Box respecting the Bell Communication between the Station end of No.1 Platform Line and the Signal Box. Two paragraphs of instructions and five Bell Codes respecting the Bolting and Unbolting of the Cross-over Road Points between No.2 Platform Line and the Siding alongside it. Signed W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, April, 1916. 1916 502.02.01
06326 Signalling Notice: Junction connection between the Tottenham & Hampstead Railway and the Great Northern Down Goods Line at Harringay. Description of Harringay Junction Signal Box which only signals the Tottenham & Hampstead Down Line and is only open when Train require to pass from the Tottenham & Hampstead Railway to the Great Northern Railway. The Great Northern end of the single line will be controlled from the Ferme Park South Down Box and worked in accordance with the Great Northern Block Telegraph Regulations for Single Lines of Railway. By Order, May 1916. 1916 502.02.01
06327 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Chinley North Junction, Chinley Station North Junction, and Bugsworth Junction, respecting Trains stopping at Bugsworth Junction for Traffic purposes. Two paragraphs of instructions to the effect that Drivers requiring to stop at Bugsworth must give One Crow Whistle when passing Chinley North Junction or Chinley Station North Junction when the former is closed. The Signalman receiving the whistle must advise the Signalman at Bugsworth Junction by telephone. Signed W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, June, 1916. 1916 502.02.01
06328 Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the taking of Wagons into or out of Messrs. Rickett, Cockerell and Co.'s Wagon Repairing Sidings, Toton. Six numbered paragraphs of instructions to the effect that sidings to be kept locked to prevent general traffic entering the repairing sidings and scotch blocks used. The keys to be kept with the Midland Company's Empty Wagon Sidings Foreman and Messrs. Rickett, Cockerell and Company's Foreman respectively. Signed W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, September, 1916. 1916 502.02.01
06329 Signalling Notice: Instructions to be observed by the Signalman on duty at Bullwell Colliery Sidings. Three numbered paragraphs to the effect the Fogsignalmen are not employed at this Signal Box and permission may not be given on the Block Telegraph for a Train or Engine to approach from Watnall Junction until the "Train out of Section" signal has been received from Basford Junction for the previous Up Train or Engine. In addition, two Detonators must be placed on one rail of each Main Line outside the Signal Box except when permission has been given on the Block Telegraph for a Train or Engine to proceed to the Signal Box in advance. Signed W. Guy Granet, General Manager. Derby, February, 1917. 1917 502.02.01
06330 Instructions to be observed with reference to the protection of the Main Line adjacent to the Derbyshire County Council's Quarry, situated on the West side of the Railway near Monsal Dale, when Blasting or other operations are being conducted at the Quarry. Eight numbered of paragraphs detailing the procedures to be employed, including advising the Signalman on duty at Monsal Dale Signal Box and the exchange of a Staff lettered "Monsal Dale, Fire the Shot" and an extract of five paragraphs from Act of Parliament, punishment for breaches of which include Penal Servitude for life. Signed Frank Tatlow, General Manager. Derby, November, 1921. 1921 502.02.01
06331 Notice: Instructions to be observed with reference to the testing of the Hydraulic Buffer-stops at the ends of Nos. 5, 6, and 7 Platform Lines, St. Pancras. Ten numbered paragraphs, 1 - 4 headed "Quarterly Tests". On the first Wednesday in January, April, July and October, as soon as possible after 12.0 noon, a Passenger Tender Engine no lighter than No.2 Class to be brought into contact with the Buffer-stops at a speed of approximately six miles an hour. The engine used must then be sent to Kentish Town and be examined before working a train. Paragraphs 5 & 6 relate to Fortnightly Tests which involve an engine of any class to be brought to a stand at the Buffer-stops and then push the rams fully home. The remainder of the Notice relates to signalling arrangements in the event of failure of the Buffer-stops and weekly cleaning of them. Signed Frank Tatlow, General Manager. Derby, March, 1922. 1922 502.02.01
06343 Traffic Notice: Extract from Special Notices and Instructions to Station Masters, &c., Guards, Engine Drivers, &c., respecting Working of Trains, Permanent Way Operations, Repairing of Bridges and Tunnels, Alterations of Signals, and other arrangements Sunday, October 30th, Monday, October 31st, and Month of November, 1910. Photocopy of cover and pages 601 - 603. to include... Opening of New Midland Line to Huddersfield. Mirfield No.2 - 7-0a.m. to 5-30p.m. - On this date the new Midland line to Huddersfield, which is a single line, will be brought into use. Includes outline diagram of signals and their meaning. Signed J.PCrouch, Superintendent. Passenger Superintendent's Office, Victoria Station, Manchester, October, 1910. Four loose photocopies. 1910 502.02.01