Dalnacardoch Signal Box (1900-1911)
Dalanraoch Signal Box [1st] (1911-1942)
Opened on the Inverness and Perth Junction Railway.
Note: text in square brackets is added for clarity and was not part of the location's name.
This box opened in 1900 when the line from Blair Atholl, to the south east, was doubled.
In 1901 the line was doubled beyond the box to Dalnaspidal.
The box was renamed from Dalnacardoch to Dalanraoch in 1911.
The box closed in 1942 when it was replaced by a new box, Dalanraoch Box [2nd], three quarters of a mile to the east. This was during a wartime resignalling which led to the shortening of sections with the opening of Edendon Signal Box to the west.
Black Island Platform
Other railway and industry locations
Dalanraoch Signal Box [1st]
Dalnacardoch Ground Frame
Dalanraoch Signal Box [2nd]
Black Tank Siding Signal Box
Edendon Signal Box
County March Signal Box [Highland Main Line]
Falls of Bruar
Glas Mheall Mor
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