View taken from South Staffs Water Works. The old Lichfield Canal on the left, with the South Staffs Line on right.
Sectional Appendix January 1931, Supplement No.1, January 1st 1933
Page 229 (pg 14) ? Amend ? Sidings connected with Running Lines which are worked under Special Arrangements: -
Waterworks ? Lichfield City ? Connected with Up line; electrically
controlled from No.1 box, where key is kept. After use key must be left at
Anglesea Sidings box. Guards of trains calling at the siding for traffic
purposes must, before the engine is uncoupled, in addition to applying the
hand brake in van, apply the brakes on a sufficient number of wagons next
to the brake van to prevent the possibility of the trains running back.
Interestingly, due to the siding only being worked in the Up direction the
key was returned to Lichfield via Anglesea Siding box.
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