Chester No 6

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The most distinctive signal box at Chester was Chester No 6. mounted on a gantry above the Shrewsbury lines at the western exit from the station. Built by the LNWR in 1903, the box controlled the connections between the Shrewsbury and Holyhead lines, and also one end of the curve (the ‘fork’) to Chester No 5 on the Birkenhead line. It was closed during the Chester re-signalling.

This model is O gauge. The dimensions being 100mm wide, 100mm long and 100mm high.