Those seen above right are the earliest “through-the-box-roof” style - dating from
c 1875 or even before, and those above left are perhaps the quintessential Brighton-style
Saxby & Farmer slotted-post signals. Those below and left are the later plain design
- lacking the broad-edged ‘slot boxes’.
Parts are available for building as single signals with one arm, as no 2,3,5&7 posts
above, or as bi-directional as 1, 4 & 6 above.
The plain-ended earliest arms - as applied to the first “post-through-the-roof” signal
boxes are produced - as well as later “hockey stick” arms. Early ground signals are
also available - the version prior to 1902 (those after 1902 are produced by M.S.E.
There is no overlap between E.B.M. products and M.S.E.Products - they are for different
eras. E.B.M. are pre-1900, M.S.E. are Post-1900.)
The later plain-sided design posts without the curved and moulded edges is also available.
(See photos of the 1800’s refurbishing of Brighton Station, and also London Bridge
and Lewes station realignment.)
Matching brackets for standard junction signals and off-set single doll brackets
are also provided.
Download E.B.M. signals system
information .pdf sheets here
Early slotted post variety - situated just outside Brighton Station in the 1860’s
Stocks of parts
Later style slotted post bi-directional signals at Brighton in the 1890’s
Click here to download slotted post signal instructions