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Warmley signal box

Built in 1918, Warmley Signal Box is a listed building which has recently been refurbished.

Warmley signal box sits on the Bristol to Bath Railway Path where the path cuts across the High Street/London Road, Warmley. This means that it has excellent accessibility for walkers, cyclists and drivers. The signal box is steeped in history and centrally placed in the Warmley community which makes it an ideal venue for events. With a small, fenced off garden, the Signal Box has two levels and still has the original mechanisms and levers. The signal box was re-opened in style on 1 September 2013 with a 1918 themed event by Graham Darby, the last signalman to work at the box. Warmley Signal Box

Watch a short film about the history of Warmley Signal Box.

Facilities

Despite being quite small, Warmley signal box has a lot to offer, including;

  • free car park nearby
  • garden
  • toilets nearby
  • café nearby

Hire information

Warmley signal box is available for hire. This is a fantastic venue with unlimited possibilities. Uses for the signal box include;

  • community events
  • business events
  • community group meetings
  • theatre productions
  • a workspace for local businesses
  • parties

The fence around the signal box is also available for advertising.

Reasonable rates and concessions are available for charities, community groups and non-profit organisations. For costs of hiring the box please contact us by email.

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