Splash 1: Dorking platform 3, looking towards Horsham. CBK6 is on the right, CBK 5 on the gantry.
Splash 2: Dorking Platform 3, showing the Down Siding.
Splash 3: Dorking Platform 2, showing a South West Trains class 450 working a service to London.
Splash 4: Dorking, London end of Platforms 2 and 3. CBK39 is on the left, CBK 38 on the right. Dorking signalbox is in the background.
Splash 5: Dorking signal box. The box is constructed in the distinctive art-deco style of the Southern Railway, and its type picked up the nickname 'Odeon'. The box opened in 1938, as part of a rationalisation of the Dorking station area.
Splash 6: Three Bridges Panel 7. The fringe with Billingshurst is closest to the camera.
Splash 7: Three Bridges Panel 7, showing a close-up of the junction with the Dorking line.
Splash 8: Same as Splash 7.
Splash 9: Three Bridges Panel 7, showing a close-up of the Arundel end of Horsham station. The signaller appears to have given the ECS in the sidings the same description as the trains they'll form later.
Last edited by GeoffM on 15/09/2016 at 03:00