R85a The way-station selective telephone.
R85b. With the lid open the uniselector can be seen to the right of the relays. The Peg board is below to select the telephones ringing code.
R85c. Showing that the whole front can be hinged open to allow maintenance on the relays and uniselector
R86a. Here is the portable test set closed up for transport.
R86b. The portable test set opened up ready for use
R86c. The portable test set from the rear, opened to show the uniselector, relays and battery compartments.
R87a. A selector box with the lid closed.
R87b. A selector box opened up to show the uniselector and relays.
R56 Contrinuing to the right, the stations beyond London Road are Exchange and Victoria.
R 88a. An alarm panel with what I presume are receiving attention keys.
R88b. The alarm console opened up to show the wiring.
R89. A small console with keys labelled 'Seat' and 'Sleepers' and 'Buzzer'
R 90c. A multi-line console with what I presume are selective circuits in the top row. The bottom row has PABX, PAX and direct lines. .
R90c. The multi-line console opened to show the wiring.
R91. A metal-clad console in an office. There are a number of control lines together with some direct lines.
R92. A desk mounted telephone. The labels say 'CCT BRKR' and 'CALL'. The key switch is labelled 'RESET' and 'SEL. RING LINE'
R93. A similar instrument. The LH label says 'ENGAGED' and the keyswitches are 'CONNECT' and 'RESET'
R94b. Control office transmitting unit lid closed.
R 94b. Control office transmitting unit opened up. The switches are labelled 'line' 'battery' and 'line'.
R95a. The way-station selective telephone. The same instrument as the first picture, R85a.
R95b. As in the second picture R 85b, with the lid open the uniselector can be seen to the right of the relays. The Peg board is below to select the telephones ringing code.