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signal tower

[′sig·nəl ‚tau̇·ər]
(civil engineering)
A switch tower from which railroad signals are displayed or controlled.
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Lloyd's Signal Tower ceased its flag semaphore operations in 1969 and is now owned by the National Trust.
We have a number of plans in place and hopefully we can incorporate the signal tower into these plans.
Lawyer Haitham Mohamadein -- who is specialized in workers' rights and who managed to enter the signal tower -- told Daily News Egypt that the ENR's 62,000 signalmen and switch operators are demanding wage parity with train drivers.
It notes that Bell must adhere to Health Canada and Industry Canada regulations regarding signal towers.
Most importantly, as the last remaining maritime signal tower, the Portland Observatory stands as a symbol of the American "Golden Age of Sail.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have made the rare discovery of a 1,600-year-old Roman signal tower on top of cliffs near Loftus.
Several children are wearing school uniform - and quite right, too (LDP Maritime No 009 A bright young thing chirrups down her sumptuous stateroom's white phone aboard the pre-war Canadian Pacific's Empress of Britainc 1830-40, steamboats are already a regular sight on the Liverpool waterfront, as are St Nicholas parish church, the signal tower, Town Hall, the CustomA Liver Bird's eye-view over the Port of Liverpool Building in September, 1960, with the south docks in their twilight years.
Four months later, a fire all but destroyed a three-story signal tower built in the 1920s.
Alarm capability option to connect optical signal tower (flashing light or sound) to the host computer to increase visibility of out-of-tolerance warnings
Tenders are invited for Electronic Led Signal Tower Light Three Tier Red / Green / Red 230 V Ac With Flash And Buzzer, Dia - 57 Mm, Length - 319 Mm, Type - Jbtl Fb .

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