R01. Although its number is in the same sequence as Woking Electrical Control, this photo is somewhere else. Fortunately my colleague Mike Tyrrell has been able to identify it as, not Woking, but Darlington Traffic Control. He adds that not many sites used the GEC equipment.
R02. A wall board with a variety of telephone instruments. Some electrical equipment in the foreground. The outer two boxes may be control equipment similar to pictures R94b in Section 4.
R04. Member of staff using an electrification phone on the station platform at Brookwood on the Southern Railway
R05. Telephone equipment wallboard. The notice above says 'Circuit No 38, Woking Control Room - Farnham - Alton, List of Call numbers' and a list of the Substations, stations and track huts.
R06. Control Room telephone switchboard. The notice above the switchboard contains the dialling codes for substations, stations and track huts.
R07. The same scene as the previous photo but without the operator. Covers have been removed showing the equipment.
The cord terminations and relay cans are on the left and cable terminations and fuse mount on the right.
R08. An electrification phone in a wooden outdoor cabinet.
R09. The basic phone seen in previous photo.
R10. Close up of the plug board used to set the telephone's call code.