KEIGHLEY JUNCTION SIGNAL BOX APPROXIMATELY 10 METRES TO NORTH-WEST OF BRIDGE OVER RAILWAY

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1134151

Date first listed: 04-Dec-1986

Statutory Address: KEIGHLEY JUNCTION SIGNAL BOX APPROXIMATELY 10 METRES TO NORTH-WEST OF BRIDGE OVER RAILWAY, BRADFORD ROAD

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Location

Statutory Address: KEIGHLEY JUNCTION SIGNAL BOX APPROXIMATELY 10 METRES TO NORTH-WEST OF BRIDGE OVER RAILWAY, BRADFORD ROAD

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Bradford (Metropolitan Authority)

Parish: Keighley

National Grid Reference: SE0651841335

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Details

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SE 04 SE, 27/301

KEIGHLEY, BRADFORD ROAD (north-west side, off), Keighley Junction Signal Box approx. 10 metres to north-west of bridge over railway

(Formerly listed as: BRADFORD ROAD (west side, off) Keighley Junction Signal Box approx 110 metres to north of bridge over railway)

II

Signal box. 1884 for Midland Railway Company (Kaye). Timber Welsh slate roof. Single cell, two storeys, two x one bays. Vertical-boarded ground floor, vertical- boarded and glazed first floor, the window frames having angled top corners. Large- scantling angle posts; the narrow intermediate posts on the 1st floor are chamfered. Eaves board. Hipped oversailing roof with two wooden finials, one with top missing. North-west end has board door to ground floor and wooden steps up to first floor doorway which is flanked by two 4-pane windows to left and one to right. Right return: one 4-pane window to 1st floor left and a small inserted window to right. Left return (onto main line): 1st floor is all glazed, having two pairs of large sliding sashes with glazing bars, below then is set board lettered Keighley Station Junction. Rear: masked on ground floor by added out- shut. On 1st floor a wide side-sliding sash with glazing bars. INTERIOR: ground floor room houses mechanical relays operated from upper room connected levers. tipper room has full range of signal levers on one side above these is a bracketed shelf with block instruments and bells (including one old bell). Old wooden bench-locker; originally heated by a coal grate then by a Romesse stove (flue hole blocked up). The signal box is of the Midland Type 2a design, one of the most widespread of all signal box types; Kaye states that it will shortly become the oldest surviving Midland box. Dr Kaye, pers comm, and see book on signal boxes, forthcoming.

Listing NGR: SE0651841335

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Legacy System number: 338098

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