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The 2-lever ground frame for the dead end siding at [[Eardington]] is situated directly underneath [[Occupation bridge near Eardington ground frame | Bridge 27]], the [[List_of_infrastructure#Types_of_bridge_and_crossing | occupation bridge]] south of Eardington station.
 
The 2-lever ground frame for the dead end siding at [[Eardington]] is situated directly underneath [[Occupation bridge near Eardington ground frame | Bridge 27]], the [[List_of_infrastructure#Types_of_bridge_and_crossing | occupation bridge]] south of Eardington station.
  
The ground frame is released by the [[Highley]]-[[Bridgnorth]] long section token, and was commissioned in 1976<ref>[http://svrsig.co.uk/svr/Frame8.htm Severn Valley Railway S&T Department (unofficial) website.]</ref>At the time, SVR News noted that the location had been nicknamed "Osborne Junction" after Mick Osborne, who installed the ground frame<ref>SVR News 45</ref>.  
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The ground frame is released by the [[Highley]]-[[Bridgnorth]] long section token, and was commissioned in 1976.<ref>[http://svrsig.co.uk/svr/Frame8.htm Severn Valley Railway S&T Department (unofficial) website]</ref> At the time, SVR News noted that the location had been nicknamed "Osborne Junction" after Mick Osborne, who installed the ground frame<ref>SVR News 45</ref>.  
  
  

Latest revision as of 22:45, 6 May 2020

Eardington ground frame

The 2-lever ground frame for the dead end siding at Eardington is situated directly underneath Bridge 27, the occupation bridge south of Eardington station.

The ground frame is released by the Highley-Bridgnorth long section token, and was commissioned in 1976.[1] At the time, SVRSevern Valley RailwaySVRA:Severn Valley Railway AssociationSVRS:Severn Valley Railway Society News noted that the location had been nicknamed "Osborne Junction" after Mick Osborne, who installed the ground frame[2].


See also

List of Signal Boxes and ground frames

References

  1. Severn Valley Railway S&T Department (unofficial) website
  2. SVRSevern Valley RailwaySVRA:Severn Valley Railway AssociationSVRS:Severn Valley Railway Society News 45