Fletton Junction Signal Box, ECML ,Peterborough

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Re: Fletton Junction Signal Box, ECML ,Peterborough

Post by Jubilee55 » Thu Mar 08, 2018 11:28 pm

Hi Ian. I have tried to post a copy on this forum but file is to large.You are welcome to a copy of the photo. If you mail me keithsrailwayana@live.co.uk I can send you a copy. Hope that's ok with site admin.
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Re: Fletton Junction Signal Box, ECML ,Peterborough

Post by Retiarius » Wed Mar 25, 2020 3:35 am

Hi,

Could someone please contact me regarding Fletton Junction Signal Box in which I spent many hours in the mid to late 60's?

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Re: Fletton Junction Signal Box, ECML ,Peterborough

Post by Mickey » Wed Mar 25, 2020 9:19 am

Retiarius wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 3:35 am
Could someone please contact me regarding Fletton Junction Signal Box in which I spent many hours in the mid to late 60's?
A Interesting post. I have a interest in reading the official railway accident reports that can be found on the Railway Archive website and wondered if you was working Fletton Junction around the time of the Connington South derailment in March 1967?.
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Re: Fletton Junction Signal Box, ECML ,Peterborough

Post by strang steel » Sun Mar 29, 2020 4:58 pm

Danby Wiske wrote:
Sun Jan 24, 2016 10:56 am
92227 wrote:For those interested the 1968 BBC film can be viewed through the BBC iPlayer, just google 'BBC 1968 Flying Scotsman' and it comes up
But, as has been pointed out above, this only works in the UK... :(
I think you might be able to access the 4472 film via Youtube.

Try - https://youtu.be/plLTPWZuW7Y
John

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