(chiefly US also signal tower)
A building beside a railway track from which signals, points, and other equipment are controlled.
- During the war she worked at a munitions factory in Chorley and then in the signal box at Newhey railway station.
- The doors also swung open on a Victorian Motor Show, an interactive motor car gallery, veteran car ride, a period Co-op shop and extended street scene including cycle shop, railway signal box, chemist, cinema, and arcade.
- The station buildings and signal box at Llanfair are survivors from the Great Western era, and painted in that line's typical brown and cream colour scheme.
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