This box is based on Drayton, which contained 16 levers. Introduced in 1876 and demolished in 1986. It stood next to and controlled the level crossing.
A Saxby Farmer style used widely on the LB&SCR. The livery is estimated from a photograph, believed to by 1960s BR(S) period. Includes crossing mirror and equipment cabinets. The fanlights are opaque.
A low height building suitable for placing on a station platform or free standing alongside the railway track.
Also available in pre-grouping LB&SCR livery with transparent fanlights (See below).
Footprint: 82 mm x 45.5 mm (82 x 55.5 including overhangs)
Build skill level: ADVANCED (See Welcome Page for definition) .
Rated ADVANCED because of intricate window frame cutting, steps and gutter assembly.
Expert build time: 9 hours.