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A McKenzie and Holland signal above Glanypwll level crossing seen in 1961

McKenzie & Holland were a major signalling manufacturer of the nineteenth century. They were the main supplier of signalling equipment to the FR in the latter part of the nineteenth century and until fixed signals became less necessary with the 1923 Light Railway Order. The recent (2014) signalling installations for the new Harbour Station layout have been made to closely resemble McKenzie & Holland originals. A good example is the new Trident Signal.

The photo shows a McKenzie and Holland signal above Glanypwll level crossing seen in 1961.

Photo credit: Roderick Low.

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