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Picture Of 2013 Holiday Window 1 Of Scully & Scully Located At 504 Park Avenue At 59th Street In New York City. Scully & Scully Is A High End Home Goods Store. Photo Taken Thursday December 19, 2013

Picture Of 2013 Holiday Window 1 Of Scully & Scully Located At 504 Park Avenue At 59th Street In New York City. Scully & Scully Is A High End Home Goods Store. Photo Taken Thursday December 19, 2013

Picture Of 2013 Holiday Window 1 Of Scully & Scully Located At 504 Park Avenue At 59th Street In New York City. Scully & Scully Is A High End Home Goods Store Offering Luxury Gifts And Furniture From The Tiniest Knickknacks To The Largest Dining Room Sets. You Name It, They’ve Got It: Jewelry, Clocks, Leather Goods, Silver, China, Crystal, Lamps And One Of The Planet’s Most Impressive Collections Of Herend Porcelain. Consider This Business For Wedding Or Anniversary Gifts. Photo Taken Thursday December 19, 2013.

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Mayor Bill de Blasio and Department of VeteransÕ Services Commissioner Loree Sutton announced that 16 formerly homeless veterans will have new apartments in time for the Holidays. The Mayor and members of the administration helped veteran Samuel Rosado, 6

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Department of VeteransÕ Services Commissioner Loree Sutton announced that 16 formerly homeless veterans will have new apartments in time for the Holidays. The Mayor and members of the administration helped veteran Samuel Rosado, 6

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Department of Veterans’ Services Commissioner Loree Sutton announced that 16 formerly homeless veterans will have new apartments in time for the Holidays. The Mayor and members of the administration helped veteran Samuel Rosado, 68, settle into his new home by providing home goods and moving some of his belongings into his apartment in the Bronx on Thursday, December 22nd, 2016. Edwin J. Torres/ Mayoral Photo Office.

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Stalybridge

Stalybridge

Stalybridge signal box located by the Up Goods line at the west end of Stalybridge railway station. Friday 6th August 2010

Stalybridge No2 signal box was a Stevens & Sons/Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway type design fitted with a 70 lever Stevens & Sons frame which opened in 1885 in connection with the rebuilding of Stalybridge railway station. The signal box was renamed Stalybridge No3 in 1893 after new signalling and new signal boxes were built to improve the station’s western approaches, and was further renamed Stalybridge No2 sometime by 1907 due to rationalisation and the closure of Stalybridge No1 signal box. A replacement 90 lever Stevens & Sons Glasgow New Product frame, manufactured at the London Midland & Scottish Railway Company’s Irvine works, was commissioned on 21st May 1944. Resignalling on 6th November 1966 resulted in the closure Stalybridge No1 and Stalybridge No4 signal boxes with Stalybridge No2 signal box being renamed Stalybridge and controlling the whole of Stalybridge railway station and its approaches, the frame being reduced to 70 levers at the same time. An individual function switch was commissioned on 15th December 1984 controlling emergency replacement of SE101 signal which was installed on the Down Guide Bridge line in connection with the replacement of absolute block working by track circuit block working. The switch was was decommissioned on 16th April 1989 to be eventually reused for SE71 signal. On 13th May 1990 two intermediate block signal were commissioned on the down line between Stalybridge and Greenfield signal boxes. The Down Main Intermediate Block Home 2 signal was operated by 40 lever but the Down Main Intermediate Block Home 1 signal was numbered SE71 and operated as an automatic signal with an emergency replacement facility operated by a switch on the block shelf. The switch for SE71 signal was decommissioned on 5th May 1999 when the line between Stalybridge and Diggle Junction signal boxes was resignalled allowing the abolition of Greenfield signal box. At the same time a number of individual function switches controlling emergency replacement of SE101, SE103, SE104, SE105, SE106, SE107, SE108, SE109, SE110, SE111, SE112, SE113, and SE115 signal were commissioned in the new illuminated track diagram provided by First Engineering. The signal box was refurbished with uPVC cladding and windows in the early 2000s, and was closed on 27th October 2012 being replaced by signalling controlled from the Guide Bridge workstation in Manchester East Signalling Control Centre which was commissioned on 4th November 2012. The signal box was severely damaged by fire on 1st December 2012, the fire was reported by a passing train driver at 4:30am, and the remains were demolished later the same day

Posted by Ingy The Wingy on 2010-08-09 16:48:31

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