Pleck Junction signal box located on the Up side of the line alongside Wednesbury Road overbridge in Walsall where the lines from Bescot, Dudley and Darlaston converged
Pleck Junction was a London and North Western Railway type 4 design fitted with a 64 lever London and North Western Railway Tumbler frame which was closed on 3rd April 1966 when signalling passed to the then recently opened Walsall signal box under stage 2A phase 3 of the Walsall resignallng scheme
The signal box still retains its original London and North Western Railway style of 'nameboard' of white painted cast iron letters screwed to the front of the signal box in addition to the London Midland and Scottish Railway post-1935 nameboard on the end of the signal box
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