Hebden Bridge signal box is a Grade II listed former Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway signal box, located close to Hebden Bridge railway station in West Yorkshire, England. Built in 1891, it is one of only a few remaining L&YR signal boxes to survive in anything like original condition. Now decommissioned, it finished working on 19th October 2018, and it is hoped that a long leasehold arrangement will be concluded with Network Rail in 2021, for it to enter into the legal custodianship of the Calder Valley Community Land Trust.
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