Coventry PSB (power signal box) opened in 1962, featuring a back mimic panel and separate routesetting console. The box sat in the V formed by the Stour lines to Rugby and the branch to Leamington Spa. Underneath the box was an early geographic interlocking, believed to be of the Westpac variety. Coventry PSB closed in 2007, being resignalled and now controlled from the West Midlands Signalling Centre at Saltley in Birmingham. This simulation is of Coventry PSB as it was in the 1990s/2000s.
Coventry is ideal for one person operation and can be chained to Birmingham New Street, Leamington, Rugby Centre, and Rugby North for even more fun!